It will be a recipe for disaster to vote for Mahama -Bawumia warns

It will be a recipe for disaster to vote for Mahama -Bawumia warns

Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has referred to former president John Dramani Mahama as an incompetent mason who could hot buid a structure when he was given the opportunity to so.

According to Bawumia, the former President was given the opportunity to build a structure but it collapsed and a new mason being the New Patriotic Party (NPP) led by Akufo-Addo was contracted by Ghanaians through the ballot box to put up a robust structure.

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He further described as a recipe for disaster any attempt to vote for former President John Mahama in the 2020 elections.

Bawumia said the current NPP administration has performed creditably well hence must be retained.

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He added that, John Mahama has no ‘plan’ and would only derail the progress chalked under the NPP.

  • “You have given a mason a house to build…he built it and it collapsed. You have brought a new mason who has built it to the roofing level and the old mason comes to say you should give it to him to complete. Will you give it to him?” he quizzed.

Bawumia therefore urged Ghanaians to retain the “competent mason”, President Akufo-Addo in power to complete the building.

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In other news, the recent resignation of the Managing Director of Tema Oil Refinery, Isaac Osei, was forced to resign by persons who wanted him to approve a shady deal.

According to the Institute of Energy Security (IES), that deal if approved, would have cost taxpayers millions of dollars, thus causing financial loss to the state.

In a press release issued by the energy policy think tank, investigations revealed that Mr. Osei left his position after he refused to sign off a deal to refine 11 million barrels of crude oil at a cost of US$1.5 per barrel instead of a market rate of US$4.5 per barrel.

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