Former musician and aspiring politician Diamond Appiah known for her very controversial social media antics, has penned an open letter to the outgoing President John Mahama expressing her pleasure that he lost the election.
In the letter which was a Facebook post, Diamond Appiah expressed her discontent with John Mahama's choice of leaders in his administration, stating they were to blame for his defeat in the elections.
"We were also disappointed and insulted by the quality of your appointees with the appointment of people like Yamin, Oti Bless, Fiifi Kwetey and co. For example, Oti Bless had no clue what his surname was and his academic qualifications also sounded dubious. Am sure many of us felt insulted that our beloved Ghana had such characters in government," she wrote.
The artiste who is also a known advocate for the New Patriotic Party, did not hide her surprise at the people that were selected by the National Democratic Congress to speak on their behalf, adding that Ghanaians had matured to a point where they would not fall their apparent lies.
At the end of her post, she asked President Mahama if he would support his vice-presidential candidate, Amissah-Arthur if the latter decided to run for the 2020 presidential elections.
"Please, I forgot one thing, as per your logic, the NPP organized a primary and put together 18 people to prevent Aliu Mahama who was then Vice President to become the NPP’s Presidential Candidate. Will you support Amissah-Arthur for “Agenda 2020?" she quizzed.
Read her full post below: