Former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has responded to President Akufo Addo’s insinuations that the former did nothing to improve the lives of Ghanaians during his tenure in office.
The president made the assertions during the annual delegates’ conference in Kumasi yesterday.
In response, the former president said, “To answer his rhetorical question on policy, if only he took a moment, in the comfort of his chartered jet, to read the People’s manifesto, he would have at least learned about the ‘Big Push’ (an accelerated infrastructure plan for Ghana), ‘Free Primary Health Care Plan’, the ‘1 million jobs plan’, ‘Ghana FIRST’ (Framework for Industrial Revitalisation, Support, and Transformation) and several other well-thought-through and costed policies.
“I am willing to provide him with an autographed copy of the manifesto.”
Mr. Mahama believes the speech of Nana Addo has carved a niche that he is only a good campaigner but poor at leadership.
He also advised the president to give much focus to the duties that accompany the presidency.
“I think the President must take his responsibilities seriously and focus on working to change the circumstances of our people, rather than the rabble-rousing skits he serves the nation.
Source: opemsuo.com/Hajara Fuseini