- Abronye DC says former president John Mahama is behind Ghana’s increasing coronavirus cases
- He explained that Mahama is praying for the rise in cases in order for the new voters’ registration exercise to be cancelled
- Abronye DC was optimistic that Mahama will never prevail with his plans
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The Bono Regional chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Abrony DC, has accused former president John Mahama as the one behind the increasing COVID-19 cases in Ghana.
Known in real life as Kwame Baffoe Abronye, the NPP Chairman said Mahama is behind the sharp increase in the cases.
He reportedly made this claim in an interview with Odasani FM, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com.
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Abronye DC explained that Mahama has been against the new voters’ registration exercise and he seeks to cancel it by the increase of the COVID-19 cases.
He added that Mahama is happy the cases are increasing hoping that the will stop the EC from carrying out the new voters’ registration exercise.
However, Abronye DC believes that Mahama’s prayers will not come to pass.
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Meanwhile, the issue of whether the new voters’ registration should be considered or not has become topical.
The date has been slated for June 30.
The General Secretary of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has maintained the new voters’ registration exercise will only destroy Ghana’s democracy.
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