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A group calling itself '1more4Nana' is calling on NDC’s flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama to publicly tell the electorates mistakes he made during his tenure as President and why he is keen on correcting them now when voted into power.

Leader of the group, Matilda Asare in a statement copied to Peacefmonline.com noted that John Mahama through his mistakes caused hardship for the citizenry and cannot be trusted again.

" . . but, before Mr. Mahama lists those mistakes, we want to curiously and politely find out, were these part of the many mistakes he made. Did you take too many bribes like that of the Ford Expedition? Did you allow yourself to be too corrupt? Did you give too much of the country’s natural resources to your family members? Did you allow your appointees to be too corrupt? Were you too insensitive to the cries of Ghanaians? Did you allow your team to mismanage the economy far too much?” she questioned. 

Read Below the full statement

Lately, the Agenda 1more4Nana has taken keen note on several platforms, the Former President, Mr. John Mahama, who doubles as the Presidential Candidate of the NDC has been appealing to Ghanaians to grant him another chance to correct the numerous errors he made during his regrettable tenure as President of the country .

The Agenda 1more4Nana underlines the fact that he admits to making countless mistakes during his tenure of office.

We would equally wish Mr. Mahama mentions that these grave mistakes and wrong decisions which resulted in the unprecedented hardships we witnessed as a country during his regime.

He could have spoken of the economy he mismanaged, the 4 years of Dumsor, the create, loot and share and further to that, apologized to Ghanaians for the hell his administration took us through.

We do not want to keep reminding Ghanaians of those unfortunate and terrible moments, because, we cannot be insensitive as a group.

But, we respectfully want Mr. Mahama to list those unfortunate errors he claims he made.

On a fair point of view, these could be used as the hallmark of bad governance and it could serve as a learning point to our unborn generation; because avoiding those mistakes could have saved a significant number of lives and equally prevented some self inflicted hardships.

But, before Mr. Mahama lists those mistakes, we want to curiously and politely find out, were these part of the many mistakes he made?

1. Did you take too many bribes like that of the Ford Expedition?

2. Did you allow yourself to be too corrupt?

3. Did you give too much of the country’s natural resources to your family members?

4. Did you allow your appointees to be too corrupt?

5. Were you too insensitive to the cries of Ghanaians?

6. Did you allow your team to mismanage the economy far too much?


The Agenda *1more4Nana* wants you to address these important questions.

Further to that we want to know what has changed remarkably about you in these few years you left power.

It is important however  for you to know that, some Ghanaians are skeptical and braced with fear about just mere thoughts of your return.

So it is prudent you at least satisfy their curiosities  by telling us what new things you have come with!

Politely, let’s us enquire that, are you coming back as the same John Mahama *the self acclaimed person with dead goat syndrome? Or is it the *Yen tia Obiara John Mahama*?

Kindly give us some clarity to allay the fears of many.


Signed

Matilda Asare

Leader, Agenda 1more4Nana
 
 
Source: King Edward Ambrose Washman Addo/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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