Bawumia Hits Back Hard At Mahama For Saying That The NPP Had Misused Funs They Borrowed Since 2017.


It is just a stone throw from the day of elections where the first man of the land would be decided by the enfranchised citizens of Ghana. The two prominent political fractions are feeding us with reasons the electorate should vote for them.

From the view point of the former president Mahama he thinks the Akufo-Ado administration had borrowed more than necessary and yet still have got nothing to show off as indicated by him in an interview recently held.

However, from the camp of the NPP, Vice president Mahamudu Bawumia thinks there is a reasoning fallacy on the part of the former president. In his post he mocked the previous government by saying he will school the former president on the projects undertaken with those monies they borrowed. This was made known in a facebook post.

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From the horses own mouth he said “The former president, John Mahama recently asked what the Government of the NPP has used the monies it had borrowed since 2017 for . I will provide the former president with some answers and only ask that he takes his time to read.

He then went further to elaborate his points by indicating in detail that in the health sector, the government had built 69 clinics, 55 maternity block and 439 CHPS compounds.
In the road sector in unison with agricultural sector,46 cocoa roads had been constructed and five interchanges are being constructed. He also said that 79 steel, concrete and footbridges across the country, which he noted that 49 have been completed. He also noted that in the field of the education they had done tremendously well citing their popular Free SHS policy.

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And finally with a bit of sarcasm, mocked the former president by saying “it is crystal clear It is clear that the NPP government has not used the monies borrowed to invest in guinea fowls that eventually did fly to Burkina Faso “.