Former President John Dramani Mahama has hailed his former staffer, Stan Dogbe, as a trustworthy citizen who should be emulated by many. Mahama, who witnessed Stan Dogbe's 45th birthday celebration, characterized the former Presidential staffer as a faithful man who does not accept any kind of disrespect.
According to him, Ghanaians must emulate Stan Dogbe's work ethic if the country is to become a great nation. "When looking for someone to work with, the first thing you can look for is commitment. The second trait is honesty, and the third trait is loyalty. They tell you should be rewarded for your merit and performance, but that's only a perk", He said.
The National Democratic Congress flagbearer recalling his interaction with Stan Dogbe recounted that he had a fault in his car and that Stan Dogbe and his friend Bennet helped to fix the problem. During his days as Deputy Minister of Communications he noted that he has been watching them after they repaired his vehicle.
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