Former President Mahama is the personification of hypocrisy

Former President Mahama is the personification of
hypocrisy. He rises, usually, to the occasion when an issue demeans him but keeps completely quiet when it affects him adversely.

The former president has ‘condemned’ tribal sentiments expressed by some youth in the northern part of the country (Social Democratic Forum) who support his candidature.

The group took the people of the Volta Region to the cleaners, blaming them for the humiliating defeat of Mahama in the last elections because they hate his northern roots.

Mahama, sensing that danger looms large in the region that has unflinchingly supported the NDC over the years in elections, has come out to condemn the attacks on Voltarians and ethnocentric sentiments in general.

During the 2012 electioneering campaign, functionaries and leadership of the NDC called on the three northern regions to vote massively for their brother in the person of John Mahama.

Mahama himself appealed to the three northern regions not to disappoint the zone and urged them to reject Akufo-Addo the southerner in the 2012 elections. These calls reflected in the results of the elections.

Mahama was a huge beneficiary of the same ethnocentric sentiments being promoted by the pro-NDC group. It is strange that Mahama would now distance himself from that obnoxious policy he implemented which propelled him to the Presidency.

This is the mark of a man who preaches virtue but fancies practicing vice! Mahama doesn’t hate ethnocentrism, he simply loves the phenomenon. His condemnation of same is a façade.

P.K.SarpongFormer President Mahama is the personification of hypocrisy. He rises, usually, to the occasion when an issue demeans him but keeps completely quiet when it affects him adversely.

The former president has ‘condemned’ tribal sentiments expressed by some youth in the northern part of the country (Social Democratic Forum) who support his candidature.

The group took the people of the Volta Region to the cleaners, blaming them for the humiliating defeat of Mahama in the last elections because they hate his northern roots.

Mahama, sensing that danger looms large in the region that has unflinchingly supported the NDC over the years in elections, has come out to condemn the attacks on Voltarians and ethnocentric sentiments in general.

During the 2012 electioneering campaign, functionaries and leadership of the NDC called on the three northern regions to vote massively for their brother in the person of John Mahama.

Mahama himself appealed to the three northern regions not to disappoint the zone and urged them to reject Akufo-Addo the southerner in the 2012 elections. These calls reflected in the results of the elections.

Mahama was a huge beneficiary of the same ethnocentric sentiments being promoted by the pro-NDC group. It is strange that Mahama would now distance himself from that obnoxious policy he implemented which propelled him to the Presidency.

This is the mark of a man who preaches virtue but fancies practicing vice! Mahama doesn’t hate ethnocentrism, he simply loves the phenomenon. His condemnation of same is a façade.

P.K.SarpongFormer President Mahama is the personification of hypocrisy. He rises, usually, to the occasion when an issue demeans him but keeps completely quiet when it affects him adversely.

The former president has ‘condemned’ tribal sentiments expressed by some youth in the northern part of the country (Social Democratic Forum) who support his candidature.

The group took the people of the Volta Region to the cleaners, blaming them for the humiliating defeat of Mahama in the last elections because they hate his northern roots.

Mahama, sensing that danger looms large in the region that has unflinchingly supported the NDC over the years in elections, has come out to condemn the attacks on Voltarians and ethnocentric sentiments in general.

During the 2012 electioneering campaign, functionaries and leadership of the NDC called on the three northern regions to vote massively for their brother in the person of John Mahama.

Mahama himself appealed to the three northern regions not to disappoint the zone and urged them to reject Akufo-Addo the southerner in the 2012 elections. These calls reflected in the results of the elections.

Mahama was a huge beneficiary of the same ethnocentric sentiments being promoted by the pro-NDC group. It is strange that Mahama would now distance himself from that obnoxious policy he implemented which propelled him to the Presidency.

This is the mark of a man who preaches virtue but fancies practicing vice! Mahama doesn’t hate ethnocentrism, he simply loves the phenomenon. His condemnation of same is a façade.

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