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“I Don’t Have Any Foreign Account”-John Mahama Says As He Laments How NPP Used Propaganda Machinery To Tarnish His Reputation [Video]



The former President of the Republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has expressed his frustration in how the leaders of the ruling party New Patriotic Party(NPP) has adopted propaganda machinery just to ruin his reputation to the public.

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According to the former flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress(NDC), the ruling NPP has made a lot of claims about him and his government which holds no substance. He claims that the NPP only aims at ruining his reputation by tagging him as the most corrupted President ever.

He revealed that claims made by his opponents that he used the nation’s resources to acquire a plush hotel in Dubai are false and he has continuously asked the NPP to accompany him to Dubai to claim the asset, sell it and refund the money they claim he took from the country but no one has been able to provide any evidence to ascertain these false allegations.

He also disclosed that he has no foreign bank account in any part of the world as claimed by his opponents. He lamented that the NPP have used false means to ruin his reputation to Ghanaians.

However, he also expressed his displeasure in the media’s unwillingness to condemn the NPP government for their failure yet they criticized him during his turn.

Watch the video below:

In other news, ace Ghanaian Highlife musician, George Kwabena Adu, well known as Kwabena Kwabena is celebrating his 43rd birthday and it seems he has taken the “refuse to grow” syndrome as he looks more handsome and younger in some photos he shared on his IG wall.

Over the years, Kwabena Kwabena has entertained Ghanaians with indigenous Highlife tunes, making him one of the legends in the music scene. Although it may seem that he is not that relevant due to the rise of new talents in Ghana, he has contributed his best to the growth of the Ghanaian music industry.





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