The wife of the vice president, Samira Bawumia has come under a barrage of criticisms from social media users over recent comments she made concerning 'dumsor'.
The second lady, while opening a newly-built at Atonsu in Kumasi, had criticised former president John Mahama and his NDC government over what she described as the lack of better policies.
Citing an example, Samira stated that the NDC looked on as the power crisis, popularly known as 'dumsor' crippled businesses.
“The NDC government only looked on as the power crisis, which is popularly known as ‘dumsor’, destroyed businesses in the country until the NPP government came to political office to fix the dumsor," Samira said while addressing traders at the new market.
But it looks like a section of Ghanaians are not enthused with her claims.
For many of them, the second lady's assertions were untrue because according to them, the NDC solved 'dumsor' before handing over power to the NPP.
Those who thought Samira was peddling an untruth did not hesitate to 'expose' her.
Selvyn described Samira's claim as a lie:
Bright had some questions for Samira over her claim:
Anafo wondered how many megawatts the NPP had added to Ghana's power capacity for such a claim to be made:
Togbie brought a news item from last year to dispute Samira's claim:
Piero wondered if the buying of medical drones by the NPP governemnt was a better policy than the schools and hospitals built by the NPP:
John saw an irony in Samira openeing a market built by the NDC government and still going ahead to make such criticism:
JohnPatrick described Samira and her husband as liars:
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