"Stop Blaming John Mahama For Ghana's Development"- Ghanaians To NPP Treasure


Ghanaians are very angry at New Patriotic Party treasure for saying that Ghanaians should blame former President John Dramani Mahama for Ghana's slow development when they come to power about five years now.

Ghanaians who are not happy with the New Patriotic Party communicator statement stated that former President John Dramani Mahama has left his legacy aside and have done his best for the nation when he was the president of the country from 2012 to 2016.

Some people jabbed the NPP treasure and told him to stop blaming John Dramani Mahama for Ghana's slow development because the NPP government could have solved the problem they came and meet when they know that, John Dramani Mahama mess up things.

Some people confesses that they have made mistake not to retain John Dramani Mahama and the NDC in power in 2016 when Mahama was looking for his second term to serve them peacefully.

"We should try and ban the use of tromol in Ghana. Anyway, Mahama has set unbreakable records for them in terms of development, so why won't they blame him.

If JM had got nothing to show as legacy they wouldn't have seen him as the cause of their abyssal performance" Some people stated.

Some people stated that Mahama is a serious "threat to every liar" and Posterity is judging him indeed.

"Continue blaming JDM, it's only a fool who blame his village people when he can't father a child of his. After 10 years of marriage" another Ghanaian stated.

Someone said that it's like Mahama's spirit always manipulate them (NPP) in the studio. "We have to set a committee to investigate what and where mahama is during their interview" the person added.

"The 2016 election was a waste of everyone's time. Mahama should have been allowed to continue. Because either way he is responsible for everything" someone said.

Ghanaians made this reactions when political activist, kwame Asare Obeing A-Plus made the news known to them.

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