VIDEO: Bringing Mahama back is an insult to Ghanaians – Prince David Osei

Actor Prince David Osei has questioned the decision making of the biggest opposition party National Democratic Congress(NDC)…


Prince David has questioned their decision to bring back John Dramani Mahama as their presidential candidate while there are others who can equally fit the bill.


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According to him, he sees no sense in Mahama coming back again after haven served as a vice and then a President, something he believes is an insult to Ghanaians.


“John Mahama was Vice President when Attah Mills was President and with his unfortunate demise, he became President before he was voted into power. So, I believe he has served his term and there is the need for another person to take over. Let’s say if NDC had come up with a different candidate, let’s say Allan Bagbin, Ekow Spio Gabrah and any other people, I personally would have probably rooted for him,” Prince David Osei told Zionfelix


“But this is a situation whereby the Ex-President Mahama has become a President, he’s finished his term and he’s coming back and it beats my mind but I might be wrong. So, the whole of Ghana, the whole of NDC there’s nobody to stand apart from him? I don’t know but…there’s nobody? No eligible, no efficient leader?”


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“Then when that happens it’s a problem. It’s like leadership wise there’s a problem. It has to be him. He’s come to serve his term he’s gone and he’s coming back again and this is Ghana and we are a population about 35 million so we can’t get one person to represent? Do you get the logic? Yeah, cos I mean you’ve been President, I don’t know but you’ve been President and just after four years, you want to come back to become a President again? To me, I feel like it’s an insult to the nation. It’s an insult because for a flagbearer they could have nominated any other person,” he said.


Prince David added Akuffo-Addo deserves to stay in power to continue his good works.



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