Hon. Murtala Mohammed, a prominent National Democratic Congress (NDC) member representing Tamale Central, has at last revealed strange details about former president John Mahama, including how he suffered at the hands of the NPP while in power.
Hon. Murtala Mohammed revealed that the NPP called former President John Mahama a variety of names, including "a thief" among others, during his appearance on GHOne TV's Breakfast Show. He disclosed that several NPP MPs actively attacked John Mahama and the NDC administration while they were in office during the Mahama era.
They were talking about how effectively the media was calling the Akufo-Addo administration to account.
No other administration in this fourth republic has received as much criticism as the Mahama administration. Even in Parliament, the NPP lawmakers referred to him by all other names besides a thief. They even took plastic cards that called him a crook to Parliament. Media outlets that mocked and derided the Mahama administration existed, but they were never shut down. The Akufo-Addo administration is the most intolerant one we've seen under the fourth republic. On GHOne TV, Mortal Mohammed made this revelation.
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