- Prof Adei has stated that voting for former President, John Dramani Mahama, come 7 December will be a wrong thing to do
- He said Mahama does not have what it takes to lead the country again
- He made this known while speaking in an interview on Joy FM
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The former rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration who is currently the board chairman of the Ghana Revenue Authority, Professor Stephen Adei, has claimed that voting for John Dramani Mahama in December will be the wrong thing to do.
According to Professor Adei, former president Mahama does not have what it takes to lead the country of Ghana again.
Speaking in an interview on Joy FM, Professor Adei disclosed that Ghana would be worse off should Mahama win the 2020 general elections.
In the interview, Adei said:
“Ghana will be worse off if Mahama becomes president again. I stand by my assertion which I made 16th October 2016. It still holds. John Mahama today, as he was then, does not have the full complement of leadership competencies to lead Ghana, be it on vision, strategic thinking, selecting or leading even a team B, curbing the menace of corruption, or prosecuting a credible development agenda.”
He emphasised that by voting for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), a great disservice would be done to the country Ghana by "fielding him as a one-term presidential candidate".
In other news, the NDC approved Professor Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang as the running mate for flag-bearer, John Dramani Mahama, in the 2020 elections
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mahama stated that she was unanimously endorsed by the National Executive Council of the NDC.
John Dramani Mahama described Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang as a God-fearing woman, a distinguished scholar, a conscientious public servant, and a role model.
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