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Ghanaians Massively React After Mahama Finally ‘Set The Records Straight’ Over Agyapa Deal

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The former President and flag bearer of the largest opposition party, NDC has recently sparked a massive stir, debates, and arguments across all social media platforms after he boldly took the opportunity to finally ‘set the records straight’ over the controversial Agyapa deal aside stating the NDC’s stand on the impending transaction.

According to the renowned politician, John Mahama in a recent post on social media, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party is putting all hands on deck aside remaining opposed to the Agyapa deal vigorously amongst others and not otherwise.

Upon the former President, John Mahama’s reaction to the controversial Agyapa deal finally popped, most Ghanaians took the privilege to express their immense thoughts and opinions on the alarming issue.

Below is a look at some of the comments that came through as individuals shared their respective thoughts and concerns over the introduction of the controversial Agyapa deal by the Akufo Addo government even though Mahama and the NDC stated otherwise.

From the above comments, we can notice that most Ghanaians applauded the NDC’s flag bearer, Mahama for standing against the Agyapa deal whilst others stated otherwise.

Do you think that the NDC and Mahama are trying to win Ghanaians' vote ahead of the 2024 general elections by opposing all NPP’s policies including the Agyapa deal as highlighted by some Ghanaians even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

What are your thoughts after Mahama and the NDC finally took a stand on the passage of the controversial Agyapa deal even though most individuals claim otherwise?

Let’s know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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