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Ghanaians were ushered into 2014 with distressing messages from government that tariffs on electricity and water have been increased.

Right after that increment, it was announced that the price of petrol will be the next commodity to shoot up and this had an unbearable effect on the economy.

It is on this note that a member of the Progressive People’s Party has called on President Mahama to step down and pave way for “bigger minds” to step into his shoes.

Mr. Charles Owusu, in an interview with Peacefmonline.com stated that should President Mahama hand in his resignation letter, he can be assured him that the entire nation will welcome it and even organize an expensive send–off party for him.

The PPP activist added that an edict will be issued preventing people from using him as a laughing stock should he tender the letter in. He further stated should the president take this bold step, all presidents who come after him will know that the “presidency isn’t about a joke and messing up a vibrant economy”.

President Mahama
“For the first time, the youth of this country and the PPP are calling on him to resign. This is also not the first time such a thing has happened. It happened in Ukriane and we can assure President Mahama that the act won’t be regarded as shameful. We would even clap for him and assure him that the entire nation would organize a beautiful send off party for him. It would also set the standards and make all coming presidents know that their administration would be brought down if they treat governance as a joke."

"We can all see that the presidential cross is so huge for him to carry and this is the reason he is failing. We now need people with big minds to move the nation forward. If he doesn’t heed to this call, then he is going down as the most worse and useless president Ghana ever had,” he said.
Source: Chris Joe Quiacoe/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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