Central Regional Minister, Kwamena Duncan has mocked former President and NDC flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama, describing him as the ‘Chief’ of ‘sakawa’ sod-cutting.
Mr. Duncan was reacting to comments made by Mr. Mahama at a town Hall meeting in Kumasi where he jabbed President Akuffo-Addo for embarking on ‘sakawa’ sod-cutting.
Speaking on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo Show, he exposed Mr. Mahama saying the latter, even after losing power in 2016, went ahead to cut sods before handing over to the next administration.
“When President Mahama had lost power, he went to this University which has not been fully built by Akufo-Addo, is it Somanya or something, to cut sod with his wailing party losers. He had lost power but there is a transition period. This is the man; this is his nature. The very thing he’s talking about, he has done it in volumes”, the Central Regional Minister said.
He asked Ghanaians to ignore the former President and his NDC, stressing he is untrustworthy and full of deception.
“This person (Mahama) turns round, when you have indeed a solid quarter to the end of your tenure so you become disabled, you become incapacitated. Three months, clear months; this is . . . bunkum.”