Never again do we want Mahama as President - Ghanaians jab Mahama

Never again do we want Mahama as President - Ghanaians jab Mahama

- NDC government scrapped allowances of trainee teachers and nurses in 2014

- The cancellation of the trainee allowances in 2014 led to a lot of public debate as trainees who mostly depended on it, could not understand why the President would take an action

- The NPP took advantage of that uproar by the teacher and nurse trainees and added it to their campaign messages

- Mahama recently stated that he would not discontinue the payment of the trainee allowances if voted back into power

- Ghanaians and some trainees have not been kind as they threw jabs at the former president

Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in

In the run-up to the 2016 general elections, the issue of allowances was a major problem after the NDC government scrapped allowances of trainee teachers and nurses in 2014.

The cancellation of the trainee allowances in 2014 led to a lot of public debate as trainees who mostly depended on it, could not understand why the President would take an action.

The New Patriotic Party, however, took advantage of that uproar by the teacher and nurse trainees and encapsulated it in their campaign messages.

The NPP however restored the payment of the allowances to the trainees when they were sworn into power in January 2016.

In a native post created by YEN.com.gh, Mahama stated that he would not discontinue the payment of the trainee allowances if voted back into power.

READ ALSO: Prince Harry and Meghan's son, Archie's first words: "Mama, dada"

Ghanaians and some trainees have not been kind as they threw jabs at the former president.

Kofi Sarpong never again to they want Mahama as president.

Godwin said he and others suffered because of Mahama's cancellation of the health insurance.

Elvis asked him to go back to the health and

READ ALSO: I’ll continue paying trainee allowances if I am given the nod in 2020 – Mahama

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, revealed that when voted back into power, he would continue with the payment of the allowances of teacher and nursing trainees.

Mahama in defense said the NDC's decision to scrap the then existent allowance was to allow for the expansion of various infrastructure in the country.

READ ALSO: Kwabena Owusu Agyei: NDC pastor arrested for threatening EC boss Jean Mensa allegedly had weed on him (video)

Yenkasa: Would You Queue For the Voters' Register? | #Yencomgh:

Subscribe to watch new videos

Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page

Source: Yen.com.gh

Online view pixel