Say no to redenominated Mahama for he never changes-NPP to voters


The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has appealed to Ghanaians not to make the “biggest mistake” again of voting for former President John Dramani Mahama in 2020.

Addressing a press conference on Sunday, General Secretary of the party, John Boadu said Mr Mahama has nothing new to offer Ghanaians other than the incompetence and corruption Ghanaians witnessed under his tenure.

He said: “Say No to a redenominated candidate (Mahama) for he never changes. Mahama – the Value is the Same. More importantly, the NDC alternative under Mahama is still scary.”

He posited that the NPP has performed better than the NDC under the fourth republic when it comes to the economy.

The NDC he said, “took us [Ghana] to HIPC but did not have the courage to admit it even though it was under an IMF programme in 2000. It took President Kufuor to have the bulk of Ghana’s debt written off and get Ghana out of the IMF programme. Not only that, NPP, through the focused operations of GNPC, made Ghana an oil-rich nation but left office before a single barrel of Jubilee oil could be produced.
“Also, the NPP under President Kufuor left office with Ghana’s first credit rating taking us to B+. Before that, we were not even rated. Credit rating is necessary for both government and business to transact business and borrow internationally.”

He continued, “…after eight years of NDC economic management, our rating went down from B+ to B-. Yes, B minus under John Mahama! After only 20 months of NPP under Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, we have already been upgraded from B- to B. Our upgraded credit ratings earned us an oversubscribed Eurobond issue in multiples of seven at the lowest coupon rate and longer maturity Ghana has ever had.”

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