- Former President Mahama has described the current economic conditions in Ghana as superhard
- According to him, a survey may reveal that Ghanaians regret voting for the NPP in the 2016 elections
- He was speaking with party supporters at Garu in the Upper East Region
Former President John Mahama has described the current economic conditions under which Ghanaians live as hard.
Interacting with party supporters at Garu in the Upper East Region, he stated that the condition of living was better when the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was in power.
“NDC has proven to be a party that cares about the people, that has undertaken massive development for our people and under who prosperity and economic activities flourish.
They say when we were in power life was hard and I say that today life is super hard. Any Ghanaian will attest he was better off under the NDC than he is today under NPP,” he said to the crowd.
According to him, majority of Ghanaians are facing hardship, and a survey may reveal that most Ghanaians regret voting for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2016 elections.
John Mahama is currently on a campaign tour in a bid to get his party members to give him another chance to lead them in the next elections in 2020.
He accused the NPP of reneging on their campaign promises and called on members of the NDC to throw their weight behind his candidature by voting for him in the upcoming flagbearership race in December 2018.
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