Mahama slams Akufo-Addo's government; calls it 'super-incompetent' - Mahama

Elias Hubbard
April 8, 2018

He has therefore advised the President to go for the Obinim's sticker to help him manage the affairs of the State.

Explicating on why his Government had veered from the previous norms of predecessor governments to keep military co-operation agreements entered into with the United States of America secret, President Akufo-Addo indicated that his government was of the view that such agreements should be subject to the appropriate scrutiny of Parliament, in consonance with the requirements of accountable governance and the teachings of the Constitution.

Former president of Ghana and flag bearer of National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama has disclosed President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and Akufo-Addo need sticker to cure their 'super incompetence'.

He said theirs was a true democratic party and did not have any such intention.

"We are more committed to the Fourth Republic than any other political party in this country". And so even though NPP is proving super incompetent, we can not sit and relax and say because they are super incompetent we are going to win the next election. If we push them out, they will say "we were just at the verge of delivering our promises and we were taking out", he added.

Mr. Mahama said the ruling New Patriotic Party has failed and could be felt in the "unbearable hardship" being experienced by Ghanaians.

He noted that though the NPP had so far proven to be "super incompetent", the NDC's victory in the 2020 elections will mostly be dependent on hard work and commitment by party members.

He urged aspiring candidates, who might lose the internal party polls not to be discouraged but continue to work hard towards the national elections.

'You do not win an election base on the weakness of your opponent but on your own strength'.

He however, reminded his party that "even though the NPP has proven to be super incompetent, they can not rely on that to win the 2020 elections". "So I am saying that we can not depend on their incompetence, we need to work hard to gain the support of the electorate", Mahama said.

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