Former National Youth Organizer of the Convention People's Party (CPP), James Kwabena Bomfeh Jnr., has chastised President John Dramani Mahama, claiming he never prepared himself for the Presidency.
He bemoaned the president's inability to fighting corruption in his government and the country.
Making his submissions on Oman FM regarding the state of economy and the infamous judgment debt cases that characterized the NDC government, Kabila, as he is affectionately called, carefully detached him (President Mahama) from his campaign mantra prior to the December 2012 elections where he described himself as a "northerner" for President.
According to him, it was senseless for his fanatics to vote for him just because he was a "northerner". In his view, President Mahama should rather be dealt with as an individual who has failed to combat corruption in the nation.
"John Mahama as a person; he never prepared himself for leadership at the Presidency...John Mahama should know that it’s not just about him (John Mahama, the person). He is also representing a class; a group of people that he shouldn’t disgrace them.”
Touching on the hullabaloo regarding judgment debts in the country, Kabila gave the President a 24-hour ultimatum to "walk the talk and show that you have nothing to do with these monies which were wrongly paid and let’s see if we won’t get the money.”
He also lambasted the first Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Ebo Barton-Odro, over his alleged involvement in the judgment debt scandal.
To him, Mr. Barton Oduro does not deserve to hold his position in government for complicity in the fraudulent deals.
"You may think you’re getting away with this. You’re the first Deputy Speaker, it’s good. But I’m telling you know that you don’t deserve that seat. You don’t,” he told Mr. Barton-Odro.
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