Saturday, 13 April 2013

Ghana: 100 Days Of President Mahama’s Rule Hell

Mr. Kwamena BartelsMr. Kwamena Bartels
A former Minister in the past New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration, Kwamena Bartels, has asserted that under the100 days of President John Dramani Mahama’s leadership,

Ghanaians have gone through unbridled hardship never experienced in the annals of the country’s political history.

“What has characterised President Mahama’s 100 days, I think we all know the numerous strike actions by teachers and doctors all over.

That is what has characterised his government, and it has not been a very pleasant one. Again difficulties, ‘Dum sor dum sor’ (erratic power supply) and rationing of water from late President Mills’ time till now all under the NDC government,” he said.

Speaking on Tema-based Adom FM, the former Interior Minister in the Kufuor-led administration mentioned some difficulties he is facing and did not want to compare it to the layman.

“I spend hundred and fifty cedis (GH¢150) on water every week. Six hundred Ghana cedis (GH¢600) a month, always using generator, this is what has characterised President John Mahama and his governance in his 100 days in office,” he said.

Comparing Maha-ma’s administration to other governments that have ruled over the country, he described the current administration as the worst ever in the history of Ghana.

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