- Founder of GFP, Akua Donkor, has expressed regret for supporting former president John Mahama
- According to her, Mahama is dishonest and can therefore not be trusted by Ghanaians
- She further revealed that she feels so bad that she cannot forgive herself
The founder of the Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), Akua Donkor, has opened up about her regret for supporting former president John Dramani Mahama.
Kasapafmonline.com reports that she stated she feels ashamed to have used her energy and resources to support Mahama.
Speaking on Kasapa News, she added that Mahama is a dishonest person and for that reason, Ghanaians should not trust him.
Donkor further noted that she changed her opinion about him soon after he denied her access to a house she supported him to build.
“I told John Mahama that I don’t have money to buy land at Sakumono, so when he started building the flats, which at the moment is twelve floors complete at Sakumono, I gave him gold in exchange of a house within the flats.
He later asked some persons to lead me to the flat and show me on which floor I’ll be staying, and I later told the whole world that Mahama had given me a house.
I stay in a hotel whenever I come to Accra so a few days ago, I decided to move into the house at Sakumono, but Mahama sent some people to stop me.
He then turned round to tell me that President Akufo Addo doesn’t want me to stay in that building. That day I had to sleep on the compound of the MPs flat till the next day,” she revealed.
“I’ve suffered a lot because of John Mahama, I’ve gone through hell because of my support for him. But now he’s stabbed me in the back and I regret ever campaigning for him. I feel so bad that I just can’t forgive myself.”
In the year 2016, Donkor reportedly revealed that Mahama gave her two Pajero vehicles and a three-bedroom house.
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