- Blakk Rasta has called out Bawumia for calling John Mahama a corrupt leader
- According to the radio show host, Bawumia has now become a comedian
- He went on to add that Akufo-Addo is more corrupt than the former president
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Outspoken radio show host, Blakk Rasta, has taken a swipe at the president and vice president in a new video following a 'corruption' tag placed on ex-president Mahama.
While speaking in a video and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Blakk Rasta indicated that Bawumia, in the past few months, has always tried to stay relevant by dragging Mahama in the mud.
The radio show host indicated that any time Vice President Bawumia wanted to make a speech in public, he made sure to highlight the incompetence of former president John Mahama.
This, Blakk Rasta claimed, was making the current vice president appear like a comedian since all he wanted to say in the run-up to the 2020 election had to revolve around Mahama.
Blakk Rasta said:
"How many people agree with me that Dr Bawumia is all of a sudden becoming a comedian? It looks like all he talks about is Mahama"
Blakk Rasta went on to indicate that if the New Patriotic Party wanted to ride on the fact that Mahama was corrupt and incompetent, they (NPP) had a worse figure head.
The controversial Zylofon FM radio show host added that if Mahama was synonymous to corruption, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is Mahama's great grandfather.
Blakk Rasta was trying to insinuate that President Akufo-Addo was more corrupt if he had to be compared to John Mahama.
Meanwhile, the founder and leader of the Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), Akua Donkor, has been spotted on a political campaign flier in her bid to contest for the presidency in December 2020.
The flier which was spotted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram showed the popular female politician beaming with her signature smile as she looked into the camera.
The flier clearly stated the politician's intent as it was written on it boldly: "Akua Donkor for President 2020."
On the flier, Akua Donkor had the slogan "Eny3 3no Nono" also written on it.
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