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How Can You Be A Prez Without Running Mate, Manifesto And Policy? - Matilda Asare Taunts Mahama   
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A popular Kumawood Actress, Matilda Asare, has once again fired the former President and Presidential Candidate for the NDC, Mr. John Dramani Mahama, over his failure to name his running mate and also give Ghanaians his alternate policies and programmes.

The celebrated actress, who has in recent times become a torn in the flesh of the former President, questioned Mr. Mahama's ability to rule this country again "when he has failed to do basic things like choosing his running mate and telling Ghanaians his policies and programmes".

"We have less than a year to go for elections and yet someone who claims he is the best alternative can't settle on a running mate let alone outline his visions and programmes," Matilda queried.

She is of the view that the former President and his NDC would be a waste should they be given another opportunity, stressing that their eight years in office spanning 2009-16 brought nothing but hardships to Ghanaians, especially the youth.

Matilda Asare noted that the former President has already admitted in his own autobiography, he has difficulty in making critical decisions.

"I doubt if Former President Mahama would have been able to make a critical decision such as rolling out Free SHS, Planting for Food and Jobs, Restoring Nurses and Teachers' Trainee Allowances or even One District, One Factory," she asserted.

The popular actress therefore called on Ghanaians not to pay attention to the NDC and President Mahama since they have nothing good to offer the country.

Source: Peacefmonline.com/GHANA

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