Akuffo-Addo government worse in 28 years – Mahama replies Nana Addo

John Dramani Mahama and President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo are currently in a banter about which government serve(d) worse…


On August 1st Nana Addo had an interview in the studios of Wontumi Radio/TV where he concluded Mahama’s National Democratic Congress(NDC) erstwhile government was the worse in 30 years.


The NDC Presidential candidate have replied Akuffo-Addo calling his leadership and government the worse in 28 years.


READ: Stacey Amoateng is HIV positive Tracey Boakye told me – Mzbel 


Read his full statement below… 


“The tragedy of the Akufo-Addo administration is not only the colossal debt it has saddled Ghanaians with. It is not only the huge fiscal deficit he has created even before #COVID19. It is not only the hundreds of projects he has abandoned causing taxpayers money to go waste. It is not only his poor infrastructure record.


This particular tragedy is in the destruction and politicization of our institutions. A judiciary that lacks impartiality, an oppressed Parliament, a pliant Electoral Commission, an Auditor General hounded out of office, a misused military, anti-corruption institutions in bondage, an intimidating media, and a terrifying moral society.”


READ: Lordina stormed a slay queens house because of Mahama – Chairman Wontumi 


“These constitute the tragedy of the four years of Akufo-Addo’s administration. He has set our democracy back twenty-eight (28) years. This is what makes it a patriotic duty for all patriotic Ghanaians to join hands to rescue our nation.


I, John Dramani Mahama, will restore dignity and independence to our state institutions. I will depoliticize our democratic institutions and make them work effectively and independently for all Ghanaians.


Ghanaians will respect the judiciary once again. Justice will be impartial and Ghanaians will be able to express themselves freely, once more, without fear of harassment or death.”


PHOTO: man found alive after being under water for over 30 hours