I will have Sleepless Nights if I don’t Contest to Rescue Ghana in the Upcoming Elections – John Mahama
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Former President of Ghana, John Mahama, has expressed his concern over the harsh economic conditions in the country, stating that businesses are suffering due to excessive taxes imposed by the ruling government. Speaking to delegates of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) during his three-campaign tour of the Nhyiaeso Constituency in the Ashanti region, Mahama revealed that the government is harassing business owners with taxes and threatening to shut down their businesses if they fail to pay.
FORMER PRESIDENT OF GHANA
Mahama, who had initially announced that he would not be contesting in the 2024 elections, disclosed that he had reconsidered his decision due to the current economic situation in the country.
He stated that he could not rest until he had returned to deliver a better economy to the people of Ghana.
Mahama assured his supporters that if elected, his government would build a stronger foundation for the younger generation to build on.
The former president has already toured 47 constituencies in four regions as part of his campaign tour.
His visit to the Ashanti region was aimed at engaging with NDC delegates and supporters, as well as presenting his vision for a better Ghana.
Mahama urged Ghanaians to support the NDC and vote for the party in the next elections, promising to deliver a better economy and improve the lives of the people.
Mahama’s comments have drawn attention to the current economic challenges in Ghana, with many citizens struggling to make ends meet due to rising inflation, high taxes, and a shortage of jobs.
The former president’s promise to build a stronger foundation for the younger generation has been welcomed by many, who believe that this is necessary for Ghana’s long-term economic growth and development.
JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA
In conclusion, John Mahama’s campaign tour has highlighted the need for urgent action to address the economic challenges facing Ghana.
His promise to build a stronger foundation for the younger generation is an important step towards achieving sustainable economic growth and development.
The upcoming elections will provide an opportunity for Ghanaians to choose the best candidate to lead the country towards a brighter future.