- Amisah Arthur is claimed to have said he was sidelined while being vice president
- The former vice president is alleged to have had a telephone call with presidential hopeful, Joshua Alabi
- Amissah Arthur was the vice president under the administration of John Mahama
Former vice president of Ghana, Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, has made a revelation on how he was made useless during his tenure as second to the presidency.
It is public knowledge that the vice president was heard about far less than the president himself. In fact, critics wondered the relevance of Amissah-Arthur especially when his vibes and power as vice president was non-existent.
According to the former vice president, his role was not defined and that someone else was virtually made the Veep in his stead.
“Need I say more? We all know who was used to relegate me to the background. I don’t need to mention a name for you to decipher who it was, but you are quite aware whom I am referring to. As a matter of fact, I was made redundant” Mr Amissah-Arthur reflected moodily.
The role of the vice president is defined by every administration. In most cases, he or she is responsible for leading the economic team of government, giving the best advice on how the macro economy of the country has to be taken care of.
Meanwhile, otecfmghana.com is claiming the former vice president poured out these concerns in a telephone call with presidential aspirant, Joshua Alabi.
Vice President Amissah-Arthur was seen to be a pale shadow of himself as his counterpart in the able personality of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia kept on terrorizing him at the time and gave the NDC hell with his intellectual analysis of the woes of Ghana’s economy and proposed solutions to deal with all the challenges the country was confronted with.
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