The Bono Regional Chairman and Communicator of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Baffoe but popularly known as Abronye DC attacks John Dramani Mahama again due to his past comments against the Judicial Service.
According to Abronye DC, John Dramani Mahama when he lost the election sold the vehicles and motorcycles at a cheap price to the extent of gifting some to officials who have not contributed to the development of the nation.
Abronye DC boldly revealed the cheap prices of the vehicles and the motorcycles sold by John Dramani Mahama and sends a strong message to the Ghanaians.
Abronye DC through the sending of the strong message ended up saying those Ghanaians who are calling for John Dramani Mahama to come and lead the country in 2024 are calling another Satan while the permanent one that was sent from God has not been defeated.
If you want to hear more from Abronye DC, then kindly watch the video
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