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Mahama Would've Been Ousted Long Ago If He Was Prez Of An Arab Country
 
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29-Oct-2013  
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Charles Owusu
 
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Very soon, the nations’ engine will break down, Mr. Charles Owusu has predicted.

His extrapolation stems from comments by President Mahama that he would soon switch the nation’s development from first gear to fourth gear. President Mahama recently promised Ghanaians to be patient with him as he steers the affairs of the economy.

But Mr. Charles Owusu in an interview with Peacefmonline.com noted that the state of Ghana’s economy clearly shows that President Mahama and his ministers have destroyed it. He pointed out that if for months, President Mahama feels comfortable steering the affairs of the nation on first gear; it convinces him that the president is deliberately breaking the economy’s engine down.

“If President Mahama claims to be in office less than a year, then it is strange news. This is because even at this month old, he has what it takes to borrow huge amount of monies and misuse it for his personal interest. His administration doesn’t look a year old. Just last year, as at 2am, John Mahama’s government forced parliamentarians to pass a $3billion Chinese loan”, he said.

“…If Ghana happened to be an Arab country, then I am certain that the nation could have experienced the exact upheaval that swept through their countries. Upon all the good things Gadafi did for the Libyans, they overthrew him. Compared to the way John Mahama's government has handled our economy, the people would have ousted long ago in such a country”, he said.
 
 
 
Source: Chris Joe Quaicoe/Peacefmonline.com/gh
 
 

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