Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the opposition NPP Member of Parliament for Manhyia South has chastised President John Dramani Mahama for entangling himself in the famous Ford Expedition car scandal.
The parliamentarian also known as Napo says the president has spite his office by accepting a car bribe purported to have been given him by a Burkinabe contractor, Djibril Kanazoe.
Joy New journalist Manasseh Awuni Azure brought to the fore an alleged $100,000 car gift said to have been given to the president.
A disillusioned Napo told Joy FM/MultiTV’s news analysis programme over the weekend that the action of Mahama put him in the position as “the cheapest president under the sun” for accepting a second hand Ford Expedition car gift.
President Mahama is caught in what many have described as an untidy controversy in the bribery allegation which emanated from the construction of a $650,000 Ghana embassy wall in Burkina Faso by Djibril Kanazoe.
The office of the president has vehemently debunked the claims that the president received the said car as a bribe but rather a gift from Messrs Oumarou Kanazoe Contractors of Burkina Faso.