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Mahama Finally Reveals Why Akufo Addo Is ‘Afraid’ To Go To IMF; Boldly ‘Spit Out’ The Bitter Truth

The former President and flag bearer of the largest opposition party (NDC) have finally done the unexpected after boldly revealing why the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo is not willing aside being afraid to go to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Speaking at the just-ended “Think Progress Ghana” inaugural launch, Mahama unexpectedly took the privilege to spit the bitter truth aside revealing the main reason why the Akufo Addo government will never go to the IMF for financial support even though the innocent individuals in the country are suffering from the effect of the economic crisis in the country.

“Akufo Addo administration knows this too well but political posturing, empty ground standing, and a morbid fear of their pedestrian politicking around less serious problems of the recent past have immobilized and frozen them into inaction which continues to run our economy at the ground and worsening the living conditions of our people by the day. With this, I’m referring to their criticism of my administration when we decided to go to the IMF. They said it’s only lazy governments that go to the IMF and I mean the words they said in that past have come to haunt them. So, one of the reasons why they are afraid to go to the IMF is that what they said in the past will follow them”, John Mahama emphatically revealed.

Do you think that President Akufo Addo is not willing to go to the IMF because the NPP government is afraid that what they said about Mahama seeking IMF’s support will haunt them as revealed by the former President even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

What are your thoughts about John Mahama’s recent unexpected claims about President Akufo Addo and the IMF that have caused massive reactions online even though most individuals stated otherwise?

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