- Former Ghanaian diplomat, Victor Smith, has blamed Alban Bagbin for John Mahama's failures as president
- This comes after Bagbin allegedly claimed that John Mahama failed as president
- Smith called on Bagbin to be measured in his utterances and conduct his campain devoid of name-calling
Ghana’s former ambassador to the United Kingdom, Victor Smith, has claimed that National Democratic Congress (NDC) aspiring flagbearer, Alban Bagbin, contributed to John Mahama’s failure as president of Ghana.
In Smith’s opinion, Bagbin is to be blamed, because he was the majority leader in Parliament during Mahama’s tenure as president.
Peacefmonline.com reports that Smith’s comment comes after Bagbin allegedly claimed that Mahama failed as president of Ghana.
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"It was very worrying for Bagbin to be talking this way because it is this same NDC party that he rallied on to rise to the top as a deputy Speaker of Parliament," the former diplomat said.
He therefore implored Bagbin to be measured in his speeches and conduct his campaign devoid of name-calling.
In his opinion, John Mahama would become NDC’s flagbearer because he has what it takes to strengthen the party and his good works are visible for everyone to see.
According to him the grassroots of the party are solidly behind Mahama and for that reason, it would be a mistake for any aspirant to hurl insults at him.
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