The standard-bearer of the biggest opposition party in Ghana His Excellency the former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has questioned the sitting president as to why he is shielding the CEO of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah also known as NAM 1 over some lockdown money of customers. To him, he doesn't understand why NAM 1 walks free whiles customers have their monies lockdown.
Mahama has stated emphatically that when he wins the election, he will chase NAM 1 till he gets customers their money. To him, he doesn't know what makes NAM 1 so special that the sitting president is protecting him and rather unleashing police to arrest customers. The question now is what did the former president do when DKM also did same. Desperation for power can make promise a lot.
DKM came in and took away millions of cedis from people at the time Mahama was a president but he did nothing. Nana Addi came and paid some people their lockdown money. He is still paying people now. Let's all wait and see if Mr. Mahama can see and what he will bring onboard.
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