President Mahama’s Gov’t Has Been a Nightmare -Bawumia

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Dr. Bawumia blasts Mahama’s government, saying the current challenges troubling the country, are as a result of NDC’s mismanagement of the economy

Running mate to presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has continued to chastise President Mahama, for mishandling the country’s economy. Dr. Bawumia has accused the Mahama-led administration of impoverishing Ghanaians.

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According to him, since its inception, Mahama’s government has been a very bad experiment for Ghana and has been a nightmare to the people.

Speaking to residents of Savelugu as part of his campaign in the Northern Region, Dr. Bawumia blasts Mahama’s government saying the current challenges troubling the country, are as a result of the NDC’s mismanagement of the economy. He summarised the shortcomings of the present government in three categories; mismanagement, incompetence and corruption.



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The NPP Veep hopeful pointed out that the aforementioned issues, are the major causes of the problem of unemployment, which is widely suffered in the country. Bawumia having said these asked the people to vote for the NPP for a change. He explained that an NPP government will bring about a change from the mismanagement, incompetence and corruption.

This he said pointing out that, the NPP’s Flagbearer Nana Akufo Addo, is a tried and tested person who has integrity and vision. Bawumia further stated that the major opposition, if given the nod will build a new economy that is going to create jobs.” He assured the people of a great transformation in various sectors of the economy when given the opportunity to come to power. He stated the NPP has an effective plan towards tackling the many perturbing issues faced in the country.

Indeed, it has been a tough drill between the two major contending political parties -National Democratic Congress (NDC) and NPP, ahead of the 2016 elections.