‘We have moved on; presidency is not about correcting mistakes’ - Karbo jabs Mahama

‘We have moved on; presidency is not about correcting mistakes’ - Karbo jabs Mahama

The Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways, Anthony Abayifaa Karbo says former president John Mahama should not be given a second chance as president of Ghana.

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According to the MP for the Lawra constituency, Ghanaians should not give Mahama the opportunity to correct his mistakes.

He opined that the presidency is not for correcting mistakes adding that every past president must be remembered for their mistakes during their tenure.

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Can you imagine if all former presidents want to come back and correct their mistakes, do you know the confusion that would be in this country? We must remember former presidents for their mistakes as part of our history.

Nkrumah had his mistakes, president Rawlings had his mistakes, president Atta Mills had his mistakes if Akufo-Addo becomes former president, he would have his mistakes, we can't allow people with mistaken leadership to rule us, we must move on,” Karbo said at a programme organised by the Tertiary Students Confederacy (TESCON) of the University for Development Studies (UDS), Wa.

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Karbo noted that John Mahama was voted out because of the errors he made while in office. He expressed displeasure in why after his four-year reign at the presidency, John Mahama would want to have another bite at the Presidency.

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Meanwhile, the NPP Wa Central parliamentary candidate for 2020, Hajia Humu Awudu urged students to be faithful to the party.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Immigration officers at the Kotoka International Airport are allegedly extorting money from foreigners who visit the country.

According to a report by Business and Financial Times, some officers at the Terminal 3 of the airport illegally take money from visitors and refuse to issue receipt after payment.

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