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Ghana in emergency, nothing to show for over US$3.5bn acquired Mahama jabs government

Previous President John Dramani Mahama has jabbed the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo government blaming it for running the country into an emergency.


He included a meeting with Ugandan channel, NBS TV, that Ghana was running into obligation and government didn't have anything to show for its wanton getting.


"It's been about six years up to this point (that he left office). The nation is in emergency. We are running into obligation. The public authority has acquired more than 270 billion cedis, and nothing remains to be displayed for it," he pushed.


Mahama tended to a wide scope of issues in the meeting from his experience as president, through to his break of office and plans to recontest in the races.


Recently, he conveyed a talk on the condition of the country named "Ghana At A Crossroads," in which he pummeled government on a progression of issues - from financial botch, maltreatment of popularity based establishments and the guarantee to revoke the Electronic Transfer Levy (E-Levy) whenever chose in 2024.

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