Nana Akufo Addo Asks President Mahama: Won’t You Also RESIGN Considering Your Plenty Scandals?
Following the shocking and unexpected resignation of Ghana’s Transport Minister- Dzifa Attivor over one of the government’s usual way of handling state businesses, invoicing the tax-payer 3000 cedis for a bus re-branding which actually cost 100 cedis or could have been done for free—the flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party has placed a call to his Excellency President John Dramani Mahama.
For the first time in the history of Ghana, a minister has resigned, largely caused by the public singing of a chorus of disapproval of a government activity supervised by this minister—making it seem as if it’s a dream to many Ghanaians.
We have already spent 1000 cedis on several bottles of voltic water, washing our faces to see if we would wake up from our sleep. In fact, we’ve only spent 70 cedis but we will invoice our editor-1000 cedis.
When Nana Akufo Addo was told about the resignation of the Minister by his wing man-Opana the great, Nana quickly placed a Whatsapp call to John Mahama, ScrewLife.Com has learnt.
The brief phone conversation was interesting but disappointing since Mahama is still in charge of affairs.
Nana Addo just wanted to find if Mahama was also going to resign: considering the fact that he has supervised more and damaging scandals than this poor Minister.
From Gyeeda via Sada to Woyome and then Ameri, Mahama watched on as the state lost high millions of dollars—but John Mahama said; even if he is dragged on the neck with a locomotive engine, he will never resign.
We are told Nana Addo got off the phone extremely disappointed—perhaps, he has forgotten that even if Mahama resigns, Asiedu Nketiah would be considered a plausible candidate to rule by the members of the Notorious Dibi Na Medibi Congress (NDC) over him.