- KSM has slammed members of the NPP still blaming John Mahama for Akufo-Addo’s failures
- He feared the NPP members will one day claim Mahama is to be blamed for the delayed return of Christ
- He made the comment in a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh
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Veteran comedian, Kweku Sintim-Misa, popularly known as KSM, has taken a dig at the deputy finance minister-designate, John Kumah, for blaming former President John Mahama for recent challenges facing the country’s energy sector.
Appearing on Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana show, Kumah who is the lawmaker for Ejisu attributed the recent power outages across the country to the Mahama administration’s incompetence.
He further claimed that the recent tax increment on fuel prices was a result of terrible contracts entered into by the previous NDC administration.
The claims by the Ejisu lawmaker were met with utter sarcasm by the veteran comedian.
“Even the world climate change is Mahama’s fault. He is even responsible for the delayed 2nd coming of Christ,” KSM stated in a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh.
The tweet was accompanied by laughing and it generated wild reactions.
@iamfreddy_233 said: “He is the reason why Eve ate the apple…”
@DePassword wrote: “You leaders don't get the message. Werther, it's trump's fault sef we no dey biz. You are in power now. #FixTheCountryNow #FixThisCountry”
@psamlalo stated: “It’s only an irresponsible man who will blame his pastor because his daughter got pregnant out of wedlock.”
@Montekriz further observed: “Mahama is the reason we've not won an afcon in over 35 years Rolling on the floor laughing…Rolling on the floor laughing”
@JayqMaame added: “So-called intellectuals talking like these shocks you to the core. All they know is the famous blame game.”
@slanzy3 stated: “@JDMahama wabr3 wai Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joy. I think Covid pandemic was even Mahama’s fault Face with tears of joy. Jokers.”
In other news on YEN.com.gh, the director of communications at Ghana Gas Company Limited, Ernest Owusu Bempah, has taken the conveners of the social media campaign ‘Fix the country’ to the cleaners for demanding improvement in the livelihoods of the citizenry.
In a scathing Facebook on popular individuals who have joined the campaign, the vociferous communications director said he had been holding himself “from getting into the gutter with these self-styled comedians who dabbles in social media politicking.”
“Of course, this is the downside to social media; where below-average intelligence folks who can't read and understand English want to teach the president how to govern,” he stated.
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