Akufo-Addo Will Retire Mahama on December 7 – Ambassador Atta Boafo

AKUFO ADDO

Ghana’s Ambassador to congo, Kingsley Atta Boafo have it that the former president John Dramani Mahama will have no urge and flavour again to place himself to be voted for after the December 7 elections. He habours the mindset that the former president will be put to greater shame than he had had in the 2016 general elections. To him, after this incident he envisions, if the former president is offered to occupy the highest office of the land on a silver platter he will respond in the negative.

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer in 2016 suffered what has come to be acknowledged as the worst electoral defeat suffered by a flagbearer in the history of Ghana’s election. The difference between the votes obtained by the two prominent parties(NDC and NPP) entered into the millionths. With the victory belonging to the incumbent president. That was the first time something of that sort happened.
In an interview, the ambassador pointed out explicitly, with the good works of the president he is of the opinion that victory belongs to the president come December 7.

Adding to that ,the former Member of Parliament ( MP) for Fomena emphasized ,”They say 2016 was humiliating for ex-President Mahama and the NDC, however I foresee a greater scale of humiliation in the subsequent election for them”

That impending defeat betoned will subsequently displace former president Mahama from the country’s Frontline politics even at his comparatively smooth age.Ambassador Atta Boafo without stopping there went on to list the free SHS policy ,the restoration of instructor and nursing trainee allowances will be something that will constantly find way on the lips of the electorate which will provide the president a sure win on the voting day.Ambassador Atta Boafo then concluded that it is his fervent hope that Ghanaians will not forgo the good works of the present government by way of balloting former President Mahama into office, a go that will destroy the growth made so far.