Paul Adom Otchere has attracted massive attacks from some Ghanaians for his comments on the CDD Afrobarometer Report.
Paul had opined in a Facebook post that John Dramani Mahama and the NDC government are not benefiting from the CDD Report. He explained that even though the Report shows the current government is unpopular, that does not mean John Mahama can win the next elections.
Many NDC footsoldiers have asked why the reputable Journalist can not focus on his agenda without bringing in the name of the former President. They have indicated the former President's name is mentioned five thousand times a day and this even means that he still rules despite being in opposition.
The footsoldiers have further advised Paul to take the name of the Former President off his lips during any analysis since the CDD report that would be unleashed on 13th July 2022 evaluates the current government's performance, not the past.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion? Do you think the NDC footsoldiers are right in scolding Paul? Is Paul right for referring to John Mahama in his post?
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