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They Are Using My Name For Bad Things; Disregard Any Post From Them- Mahama's Aide Speaks

Of late, politicians and high-profiled individuals have sounded or blown an alarm on an act that is pulling its ugly head on social media. Today, an aide to Former President John Dramani Mahama, Joyce Bawah Mogtari, announced the unusual which has become the new normal. According to her, some unidentified imposter has been using her name for bad things and to extort the general public.

"My attention has been drawn to a fake Facebook account using my name: Joyce Bawah Mogtari. Please disregard any post, or inbox, a message from the said account."

This has received some massive reactions from the general public. Not long ago, His Excellency Former President JohnDramani Mahama announced the same. Also, members and high members at the rank and file of the New Patriotic Party also declared some accounts illegal since these accounts were using their identity.

In the end, these "imposters" are perceived as the bad ones. One thing which we are failing to notice is that the politicians and high-profiled people must also be blamed. This is because they contribute to the high crime rate we find ourselves.

Let us assume that politicians were transparent and accountable to the extent that the unemployment rate in the country Ghana was very low. It will be literally impossible for the youths and Ghanaians to be idle not to talk of nursing the idea of an imposter.

It is ideally impossible for the unemployment rate to be low since each time, the population gradually increases whiles the resources at our disposal continue to be depleted or exhausted by this ever-growing population. However, it is ideally also possible for the politicians who are in charge of the affairs of the country to come out with corrupt free ideas that can change the fortunes of the country like in the case of Rwanda where we see the economic growth rate increasing by leaps and bounds.

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