Politics of 2014-08-13

Lordina Mahama is an uninspiring - PPP stalwart

Ghana’s first lady, Lordina Mahama has recently been criticized for making a presentation some claim was appalling at the U.S Africa meeting when she addressed the gathering on the issue of “Investing In Our Future."

The Youth Organizer of the Progressive People’s Party, Divine Nkrumah, has linked her performance to the “abysmal” performance of President Mahama.

According to him, “behind every successful man is a woman and from what we all saw during her presentation, it is understandable why our president’s administration isn’t successful."

Divine Nkrumah compared Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom’s wife, Mrs. Yvonne Nduom to Mrs. Mahama and concluded that the latter is an uninspiring woman.

He further explained that when it comes to the vast success Dr. Nduom has chalked up in his business and political life, Mrs. Yvonne has been pivotal in the process.

“She is the reason Dr. Nduom is excelling in everything he does. Mrs. Yvonne Nduom is a powerful and smart woman and it explains to me that if Dr. Nduom is made president, he will do greater things for this country,” he noted.

Speaking to Peacefmonline.com, the PPP scribe advised electorates to also consider the spouses of all candidates who avail themselves to be voted as president during elections.

“By default, the wife of the person who gets voted for becomes the first lady by default. We must now look out for the history of such people,” he warned.

The Bush Institute at the George W. Bush Presidential Center, the White House, and the U.S. Department of State hosted the forum for African Leaders’ Spouses on Wednesday, August 6 during the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington D.C.

This flagship event of the Bush Institute’s First Ladies Initiative and Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon® program convened First Spouses and their Advisors from more than 30 African countries, as well as selected corporate, foundation, and NGO partners with established track records of impact, in order to engage on three overarching topics: women’s health, education, and economic opportunity.

Source: peacefmonline.com
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