- Former HIV/AIDS ambassador, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah says former president Mahama made his wife Lordina AIDS ambassador
- She said this happened when Mahama got rid of her from that position after the death of former president Mills
- Dzidzor claimed further that Mahama and his wife enjoyed millions of dollars with her ambassadorial position
Controversial former HIV/AIDS ambassador, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah, said former president Maham denied her her role as ambassador.
According to her, this role was later given to the former president’s wife Lordina Mahama even though she did not have the disease.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on her Facebook page, Dzidzor revealed that Mahama took that action against her after the sudden death of former president Mills.
She narrated that they were in the US on a project when Mills’ death happened, but as soon as they returned to Ghana, Mahama removed her from that position and gave it to his wife.
Dzidzor revealed that she was disappointed, but could not talk back on why her appointment was terminated.
She added that she has been a quiet person, therefore, Mahama and his cohorts never thought she could become outspoken later in life to expose them.
According to her, this revelation was necessary for her to let Ghanaians know that she never enjoyed any HIV money as been purported by the NPP’s Abronye DC.
Abronye had called for Dzidzor’s arrest claiming that she defrauded Ghana with her fake HIV positive status and squandered the state’s money.
This was after Dzidzor was seen begging for money on the streets of Germany to help in constructing the government’s proposed national cathedral.
Abronye felt Dzidzor was embarrassing the government for which reason he called for her arrest.
Meanwhile, Dzidzor had said in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh that Mahama and his wife used and dumped her.
She also said 2 powerful NDC men slept with her without pay.
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