Ghanaians bare teeth at Abronye DC for saying Satan is better than Mahama

Ghanaians bare teeth at Abronye DC for saying Satan is better than Mahama

Abronye DC believes John Mahama is not competent to be president of Ghana again.

This is not the first time the New Patriotic Party (NPP) member is attacking the competence of the former president John Dramani Mahama.

He compared him to Akufo-Addo whom he says has fulfilled most of his promises to Ghanaians in an interview on Neat FM and later likened Mahama to Satan, who he believes is better than the ex-president.

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Social media users could not believe the comments that came from a man who is considered as an opinion leader in his jurisdiction

Cee Jay said inferiority complex could make people say what they do not mean to say.

Gifty said the youth are learning the wrong things from people they are supposed to look up to.

Lomotey said if Abronye was competent, he would have to resist the law school exams several times.

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Frank said he would one day meet his equivalent.

Kumah said the ex-president was and is still better than Abronye DC.

In other news, the Ghana Education Service (GES) would, from next term, introduce sex education into the curriculum of basic schools to help equip pupils to know and experience their sexuality.

At age six, class one pupils would be introduced to values and societal norms and how to interact with the different sexes and groups.

As the pupils graduate to the upper primary, they will be made to study different modules of sexuality that include relationship, friendship, dating and courtship.

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