After the increments in the prices of petrol, cements, tax increments and introduction of new taxes, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama on his social media handle greeted Ghanaians, addressing Ghanaians to be in a state of hardship and suffering.
In return to what he said, most Ghanaians rebuked him and some said he should be allowed because this is exactly what his Excellency Nana Akuffo Addo did when he was in opposition.
To some, this is a total advise to political parties to be mindful of what they do when they go to opposition because whatever you do, bounces back to you when you come to power.
Some supported the idea of the former President and they went ahead to say they're quite disappointed in the NPP government as they believed they could have done something better.
To some, they believe the President will fix the issue in no time. Interesting times ahead!
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