Former President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama today dropped a controversial message on social media and this has generated massive reactions from Ghanaians. He is still on his thank-you tour and his ability to cause unrest in the camp of the ruling party, New Patriotic Party mesmerizes Ghanaians. Not long ago, he consoled Dr.Bawumia for the loss of his mother. Today, he has indirectly chided Dr. Bawumia for his economic incompetence and hypocrisy.
He began by explaining how Ghanaians are angry at the hypocrisy displayed by NPP members who claim they are economic experts. He referred Ghanaians to 2016 when the NPP made claims that prices of household goods and cement were on the rise. He added that these economic experts told Ghanaians to ignore the economic statistics than in 2016. Mahama explained that these same people are now telling Ghanaians that they are better off based on their reliance on statistics which they earlier on told Ghanaians to ignore.
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