- Former president Mahama says his government and administration did the best possible for Ghana
- Mahama said this when he met former ambassadors and high commissioners during his administration
Former president John Dramani Mahama has urged his appointees during his administration to hold in high esteem their achievements over the period they were in office.
According to the former president, he and his appointees delivered to their full capacity and must hold their shoulders high.
“In the monumental achievements that we chalked, I believe that you must hold your heads high because that government did a lot for this country, and I believe that posterity will be the judge eventually. We did a lot to improve the infrastructure of the country, and often infrastructure is a thing people take for granted. It is possible to be in the opposition and criticize.
“We should not feel depressed or feel ashamed about our service in government. It was outstanding. We must continue to defend the legacy of that government,” John Mahama said in the meeting with his former appointees.
Present at the meeting were former Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah, former Foreign Affairs Minister, Hanna Tetteh, former Ambassador to countries; Lesotho, Mauritius, Seychelles and Swaziland.