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“If A Gay Can Fund Mahama’s Campaign…Then He’ll Soon Mortgage Ghana to Anti-Christ” – NPP Activist   
 
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09-Jan-2016  
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NPP’s Sylvester Tetteh has expressed worry over how President John Dramni Mahama is running the affairs of the country.

The NPP Parliament Aspirant for Ningo Prampram constituency questioned government's decision for granting two terrorists from Guantanamo Bay, a stay in the country.

To him, the decision smacks of a plan to rig the next presidential elections.

He recalled how president Mahama allegedly received unds from a renowned gay rights activist, Andrew Solomon in the run-up to the 2012 campaign season.

“If President Mahama can receive gay money to run his campaign, then he will soon mortgage Ghana to anti-Christ to win the 2016 elections,” he fumed on Accra-based Oman FM.

The transfer of two terrorists from Guantanamo Bay to Ghana has faced lots of controversy with many blaming government of taking a hasty decision.

Reason is because – the ex-convicts, Mahmud Umar Muhammad Bin Atef and Khalid Muhammad Salih Al-Dhuby are said to be linked to terrorist group, Al Qaeda in Afghanistan which has caused loads of mayhem across the world.

The purpose, according to a statement signed by Foreign Affairs Minister Hanna Tetteh, was at the request of the US government.

But the NPP activist asserted that – “President John Mahama has no value for human life. He is prepared to sacrifice anyone for money.”


















 
 
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