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John Mahama uses millions of cedis to organise Unity Walks - Abronye DC

Maverick Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organiser of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Baffoe otherwise known as Abronye DC, has revealed that former President John Dramani Mahama used millions of cedis to organise Unity Walks in some Regional capitals of the country.

Speaking to the media after the NDC party's 'Unity Walk' held in Cape Coast on Sunday November 5, 2017, Mr. Baffoe said the ex-President spends millions of cedis to organise Unity Walks of that nature.

The NPP's National Youth Organiser hopeful, said former President John Mahama was very insensitive and careless, failing to care about the welfare of the ordinary Ghanaian.

According to him, Mr. Mahama failed to deal with debts owed by some institutions under his tenure and yet is able to generate millions of cedis today to organise 'Unity Walks' in the country.

"As the immediate past president of the Republic of Ghana, you couldn't get money to settle energy debt, NHIS, Feeding grant for SHS and colleges of Education, canceled the nurses and Teachers allowances, left behind 27 000, nurses at the hook. But this same person has been able to get GHC7m for Tamale Unity walk, GhC 10m for Greater Accra unity walk and GHC5m for Cape Coast unity walk".

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According to him, this is a clear indication that, the National Democratic Congress were 'November December Criminals' (NDC) that milked the nation's economy during Mahama’s term in office.

He also alleged that the party bused supporters from the Greater Accra Region and Western Regions for the walk in Cape Coast for the purpose of increased numbers.

Abronye DC cautioned that Ghanaians desist bringing back the former President as that will only make the country a living hell.

He therefore called on Ghanaians to have confidence in President Akufo-Addo-led administration and desist from buying the propaganda tactics of former President Mahama and the NDC party.

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