- Amissah Arthur has denied rumors that he was sidelined by Mahama
- 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, Amissah-Arthur says claims of him criticizing Mahama for sidelining him are false.
There have been claims that the duties of the former vice president were taken over by some powerful faces in the Flagstaff house including the former first lady, Lordina Mahama.
“I have never had a telephone (or any ) conversation remotely resembling what has been written.” And that there’s a divine bond of friendship and understanding between themselves,” he revealed.
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 claimed 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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