General News of 2014-01-16

Jumah: Mahama Gov’t a make-believe movie

Former Asokwa Member of Parliament, Maxwell Kofi Jumah, has described President John Mahama’s administration as a “make-believe” government.

“John Mahama’s administration is a movie. It’s a make-believe government in a make-believe situation. They call Hollywood tinsel town, Mahama’s Ghana is called ‘tinsel country’; make-believe. It’s a movie. What they tell you it is; it’s not. It’s only a movie”, the former Kumasi Mayor told journalists Wednesday at a forum by the main opposition New Patriotic Party to assess the President’s first year in office.

Mr Jumah said nothing good that appears to be happening in the Mahama administration is real.

He questioned why a three-classroom block built under the government of the NDC would cost almost three-times as much as a three-bedroom house.

“If you can tell me why it costs Ghc25,000 for a three-bedroom house and it costs Ghc250,000 for a three-classroom block, then there’s no create, loot and share”.

According to him, the Mahama administration has decentralised corruption in Ghana “so that if you are part of it, there’s a way for you to create, loot and share”.

Source: XYZ
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