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Mahama Made Mistakes But Would Have Done A Better Job Than Akufo-Addo - Betty Mould-Iddrisu   
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A former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Betty Mould-Iddrisu has admitted that the erstwhile John Mahama administration made some significant mistakes whiles in government else it would have done a better job than what President Akufo-Addo is doing now.

According to her, young people have so much to offer Ghana and that tradition has taught the young person to venerate those considered as seniors.

Reacting to whether or not Mahama’s administration did a better job than what Akufo-Addo administration is doing, Mrs Mould-Iddrisu said “I was part of that politics. I was at the helm of the party and not a minister during Mahama’s last four-years but I served with him when he was Vice President and I know what our party is capable of, I know the social democratic philosophy that runs through our party and drives us and I know we better for the people of Ghana.”

She added that the ‘incompetent’ tag on the NDC whilst in government has not changed with the Akufo-Addo led NPP government.

“Of course there were errors and as leaders we have to accept those errors, therefore, we put together the Kwesi Botchwey committee and we look at the recommendations very very closely and let me assure you that we are implementing those recommendations to the latter” the aspiring Chairperson told Ghanaweb’s Kwabena Kyenkyenhene Boateng on '21 minutes with KKB’.

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Source: Ghanaweb.com

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