JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA REMAINS THE ONLY HOPE OF GHANAIANS – ADAM-GH

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The Executive Secretary of Anchoring Democracy Advocacy Movement Ghana (ADAM-GH), Mr. Azubila Emmanuel Abdul-Salam has described the lectures of former President John Dramani Mahama as a fresh breath for the suffering masses in Ghana.

According to him the former president’s lectures has also served as a source of encouragement for Ghanaians and has gave Ghanaians hope.

This he further described the move by the former President Mahama as a true sign of good leader in desperate times like this.

He revelead that ADAM-GH is astonished that the former president is the one who played the role of the president by encouraging Ghanaians to remain steadfast in these hard times.

He expressed his gratitude to the former President for the call on the Security, especially the Ghana Armed Forces, to remain loyal to Ghana’s 1992 constitution.

He stated that comparing John Mahama’s words of hope to Ghanaians and the very unfortunate statement by the President at a time when our country finds itself in dire economic doldrums, choosing to insult the people, is rather unfortunate.

“Why should the President insult Ghanaians and rather decide to beg the Military to remain loyal and promise them a cost of living allowance (COLA)?” Mr. Azubila asked.

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo, according to him has negligently and deliberately, together with his family, through Ken Ofori Atta have destroyed the economy beyond repairs snd have failed to show leadership but rather resorted to verbal attacks on Ghanaians.

“How unfortunate ! It is an undeniable fact that Ghanaians are going through this hell due to mismanagement, corruption and gross incompetence” he noted.

This according to Mr. Azubila is the period when any good leader should have been comforting his people, give them hope through words of encouragement while working hard to reverse the situation.

Source: Muhammed Faisel Mustapha

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