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Mahama Came To Steal, Kill And Destroy – Solomon Kusi



A Member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Communications team, Solomon Kusi  Appiah, has said that ex-president Mahama came to steal, kill and destroy.


The presidency of John Mahama began on 24th July, 2012 and ended on 7th January 2017. He was the 11th President of the Republic of Ghana, and a former vice President who succeeded late President John Evans Atta Mills after he died while in office in July 2012. Mahama became President by default.

A lot of people expressed the lack of faith in the ‘’accidental president’’ including the late President Jerry John Rawlings.

Kusi Appiah adding his voice to the Mahama’s disappointing leadership said’, “Mahama destroyed the economy after staying in power for eight solid years. Today, we have a visionary leader who is moving the country forward and he wants to be given the mantle to destroy the good works of President Akufo-Addo? Ghanaians won’t allow him”.

“Mahama cancelled the teacher training and nursing allowance, it took the NPP government to bring back the smiles of teachers and nursing under training.  Mahama introduced the progressive Senior High School in 2015,but in 2016  Ghana Education Service released school fees for both day students borders. He lied to Ghanaians”.

”Nana Akufo-Addo is one of the greatest leaders in the history of Ghana”. Dr Kwame Nkrumah took three to four to implement the free SHS in some part of the Northern Region, and it took President Akufo-Addo seven months to implement free SHS policy nationwide.

He indicated that Ghanaians are no more naive, they know when to draw the line between the truth and lies.

”NDC’s should be banished from the country”, he concluded

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