A few moments ago, TV3 Ghana posted a picture of Former President John Mahama on its heavily followed social media platform.
The Caption of TV3 Ghana's post happens to be a comment reportedly made by NPP's Charles Bissue.
On Saturday's Keypoints show, Charles Bissue expressed his opinion on the fact that the former president has not been honest.
Charles Bissue found it erroneous for the statesman or former president to claim that his entitlements were not given attention.
Why should Charles Bissue indicate that two of the former president's staff were paid over GHS200,000 each? Does Charles Bissue have all information on what the former president is statutorily entitled to?
Why should the former president complain about the lack of provision of his entitlements? Is the former President not the same person who promised to review ex-gratia allowances due to the country's economic situation?
Many Ghanaians reacted vehemently to Charles Bissue's remarks about the former President.
Whilst some citizens have hailed Charles Bissue for his remarks, other Ghanaians have passed other interesting comments.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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