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You're very "incompetent" to become president again-Bawumia jabs Mahama

PaacoNews 06/29/2020

Bawumia still thinks Mahama is "incompetent"

As 2020 general elections draws nearer, politicians have started their campaigns and the usual jabs at their oppositions.

Former president Mahama,the flag bearer of the main opposition party the NDC, although lost the 2016 general elections by an unpresidentted margin, still has hopes of assuming the highest office of Ghana for the second time.

The vice President of Ghana,Dr.Bawumia sends a strong warning to the former president of Ghana,Mahama that he is incompetent and very corrupt. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

When the new patriotic party was in opposition or the biggest opposition in Ghana and the former president of Ghana was the incumbent government of Ghana.Mahama government did so many things in his administration,the new patriotic party accused the NDC party as corrupt party and don't know anything about managing the country well. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

His Excellency President Nana Addo Dankwaa Akuffo Addo and his vice President,Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia always critize the incumbent government National Democratic Congress,since 2012 Dr.Bawumia always calls Mahama incompetent and corrupt.

NPP government still have hope in the 2020 election,that they will win the election again.The opposition party is also trying its best to come to power again.

By the way,Junior high school student has resumed school amidst Covid-19,the president has put measures in place to avoid the spread.His Excellency president Nana Addo Dankwaa Akuffo Addo is urging Ghanaians to calm down,as he is ready to serve us.

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Source: opera.com
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