Mahama Met a Deserving Embarrassment in Northern Region Tour! – NPP Affirms

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The party also said that during Mahama’s Northern Region tour, the President waved to empty streets with nobody to cheer him.

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Northern Region have said that Mahama was embarrassed in his own region, as residents did not show up in their numbers to welcome him. Mahama about six days ago took his ‘Accounting to the People’ tour to his own region – the Northern Region.

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The NPP in their own version of the story, said the President’s own people refused to turn up during his tour. According to the party, in order to save Mahama’s image, teachers of various schools had to order their students to come out and welcome the president during the tour.

The party also said that during Mahama’s Northern Region tour, the President waved to empty streets with nobody to cheer him. The NPP concluded that the ”no show’ was as a result of the people’s grudges against Mahama for his numerous unkept promises. This was revealed by the NPP Communications Director in the region, Mohammed Abdul-Kudus who read the statement on behalf of the party.



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The NPP frowned at the fact that Mahama has not been using tax payers monies judiciously. They said that Mahama rather uses such revenue to publish his green book, and also advertise on TV, radio and on the internet.

The NPP also pointed a lot of areas where Mahama has been found wanting since his tenure as Ghana’s President. According to the party, since Mahama’s tenure, scandals like the Bus branding deal, missing funds, and the likes have tremendously rocked the Ghanaian economy.

They also pointed out that Mahama-led government has been inflating prices of projects as well as making Ghanaians believe their lies. Also in the statement, the party said Ghanaians will vote out Mahama just like Nigeria did their former President, Goodluck Jonathan.