Anytime there is increase in the prices of fuel in Ghana, Ghanaians suffer and the level of hardship increases without measure. The former president of the republic of Ghana His Excellency John Dramani Mahama finally break silence on the increase of fuel prices in Ghana.
The former president stated that, Ghanaians were not experiencing this type of huge increase of commodities and other products including Fuel when he was in power. He made it clear that, the New Patriotic party NPP have lied to Ghanaians and hence Ghanaians are suffering in their hands as a result of fuel prices.
Speaking to the people in Cape Coast in the central region of Ghana. The former president John Dramani Mahama boldly compared his administration to that of Nana Addo. According to John Dramani Mahama, his administration in governance for only 4 years have done better and excellent than what Ghanaians are seeing under Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo's administration.
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