- The Deputy Information Minister has branded ex-president Mahama as Ghana's 'incompetent leader' ever
- Nana Ama Dokua says John Mahama can never compare himself to President Akufo-Addo
The deputy Information Minister, Nana Ama Dokua Asiamah-Adjei, has lambasted ex-president Mahama for ‘mocking’ Ghana's president, Nana Akufo-Addo in his recent ‘Obinim Sticker’ comment.
The former Ghanaian leader, speaking over the weekend at a Unity Walk organized by the National Democratic Congress (NDC), in the Upper West Region described Akufo-Addo and his administration as ‘super incompetent’.
Mr Mahama in his wild attacks, noted that the NPP administration might need a miracle from the controversial pastor, Daniel Obinim, in order to deliver on his promise to the people of Ghana.
“The incompetence is so bad… the President and his government need an Obinim Sticker. If it really works, they may need an Obinim sticker,” Mr Mahama teased.
However, the Deputy Information Minister who appears to have been appalled by ex-president Mahama’s comment, has hit back at him in a similar fashion.
Nana Ama Dokua who was clearly not happy about Mahama’s comments took to her social media page to also describe ex-president Mahama as an 'incompetent election observer' and a beneficiary of election malpractices.
“Mahama, who was Head of State from 2012 to 2017, was “Ghana’s worst president ever. After all the trail of embarrassments you brought back to Ghana recently, to remain relevant in Ghana politics, you describe President Akufo Addo today, as though you were talking about your own self. A president who may need an Obinim’s sticker is still 100% more competent,” she said.
The former NDC leader who was leading a Commonwealth Elections Observation Mission in Sierra Leone recently was deported on allegations of plotting to rig the elections.
The Sierra Leone’s governing party, the All People’s Congress (APC), had earlier accused Britain of spearheading an international conspiracy to effect regime change by rigging the elections in favor of the opposition party leader, Julius Maada Bio.
The party said the conspiracy involved the African Union, ECOWAS, Commonwealth, and the British High Commission in Sierra Leone.
However, Mr. Mahama in a Facebook post has denied the claims, insisting that he had no interest in manipulating the election to topple the incumbent party as has been alleged
“International Observers have no capacity to change the will of the people, in any election. I, John Dramani Mahama, have no interest in who governs the people of Sierra Leone. The long nights, early mornings, long meetings, diplomatic shuttles were all aimed at helping Sierra Leone choose their leader freely, maintain the peace and consolidate their democracy,” Mahama said.
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