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Voting NPP Again Means Another Term For Akufo-Addo – Mahama
Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama says a vote for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in 2024 is an extension of President Akufo-Addo’s tenure.
This is notwithstanding the completion of the President’s term and the party’s subsequent choice of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia as flagbearer.
“Whoever votes the NPP in the next election is giving the President another four years”, he said.
He said this in an address at Jukwa as part of the “Building Ghana Tour” of the Central Region.
Mr. Mahama expressed worry over the country’s rising debt stock which stands at 600 billion cedis from 120 billion in 2016.
He says the President’s refusal to remove the Finance Minister is to blame.
Eighty NPP MPs signed a petition for removal of the Finance Minister but the President refused”, he told the people.
The former President continued; “You can’t understand why the same person is being kept at the ministry. The President himself has lost hope. He told journalists the President after him should restore the economy in an interview on the economy.”
In the address, the former President seeking a comeback described himself as akin to the Biblical saviour.
“The Bible talks about a saviour to redeem us. I am a Christian and believe Jesus Christ is the one. But before the coming of Jesus Christ, a saviour will be sent to redeem Ghana.
That person will be experienced enough for the task. That individual is John Dramani Mahama and the NDC”, he said.
The first day of the “Building Ghana Tour” in the Central Region was climaxed with a community engagement at Jukwa in Heman Lower Denkyira.
Prior to that, the NDC flagbearer made stops at the Twifo Nursing Training College, Fante Nyankomase among other places to engage the people and traditional authorities.