A top journalist with the Multimedia, Kojo Yankson, has descended heavily on the Former President, John Dramani Mahama, and has raised questions about the capacity of John Dramani Mahama. Kojo Yankson cited one controversial statement which John Mahama made yesterday at his "Ghana At A Crossroad" lecture, "A new NDC government God willing, with the votes of the sovereign people of Ghana in 2025 will repeal the e-levy act.
Kojo Yankson analytically asked about the position of John Mahama in the NDC currently per the constitution of the NDC; if he is the leader of the NDC or the incumbent flagbearer. And it is obvious that, as it stands now, Chairman Ofosu Ampofo is the leader of the National Democratic Congress, not Mahama.
With respect to that, Kojo Yankson queried Mahama why he made that statement if he was not the leader of the NDC. According to Kojo, that statement made by Mahama opposes the democratic nature and characteristic he prided himself of.
"He is talking about how with the votes of the sovereign people of Ghana. So he understands that it is the votes which will get him there. So, first, it must be the votes of the NDC delegates. That makes him a flagbearer after which he can start talking about what he will do or will not do. So why did he say that if he is not a flagbearer", he explained.
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