Prez Mahama Urges Ghanaians to Use His Name for Quotes Like They’re Attributing Quotes to Mugabe
It has now become rampant in Ghana to see all kinds of funny quotes on various social media platforms being attributed to the current President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe. Popular search engine tool, Google, has even recognized the massive attribution of quotes to the President’s name so whenever someone types Robert Mugabe, Google Instant Results suggest ROBERT MUGABE QUOTES to the person.
The popularity that Mugabe has gained as a result of these attributed quotes has caused the President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, to urge Ghanaians to use his name for quotes just as they are attributing all manner of quotes to Robert Mugabe.
In a series of tweets which were later deleted from the dead goat President’s official twitter page, he said, “Ghanaians don’t value what belongs to them. You’re living in Ghana and attributing all sorts of quotes to someone’s President whereas your own President is around.”
He continued, “You’re making Mugabe too popular. From today onwards, I plead with you all in the name of God to also use my name for those funny quotes and ignore Mugabe.”
It is currently not known what triggered such call from President Mahama. ScrewLife.Com is trying to get in touch with him. Whatever he says will be published for our cherished readers.