“Mahama plays too much…he must leave the useless Amangoase talks for his serial callers’ ’- Kofi Jumah

Former Metropolitan Chief Executive of Kumasi has urged President John Dramani Mahama to stop what he calls “useless and pedestrian talks” and rather redirect the course of Ghana to better the lives of Ghanaians.


Maxwell Kofi Jumah also challenged the president to provide evidence that flag bearer of the main opposition New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo Addo is a dictator as he alleged while campaigning in Bimbila, Northern Region.


Kofi Jumah was speaking to host of Abusua Nkomo, Kwame Adnkrah on Abusua 96.5 fm in response to president Mahama’s assertions that Ghanaians should not vote for Nana Addo because he is a dictator and cannot unite the party he leads.


President Mahama had urged residents of the Northern Region to reject Nana Addo because he is a “dictator” and has divided a united party he inherited from former president John Kuffour.


The President also mocked the opposition leader to refrain from begging Ghanains to vote for him to become president.


But Kofi Jumah, also a former member of parliament for Asokwa said, “Mahama should stop the useless talks and concentrate on finding solutions to the mess he has created in the country.”


“Ghana has a long way to go if a sitting president opens the mouth to speak by heart like a serial caller…he should leave his serial callers to be making such childish and useless statements.”


“Mahama is so annoying that if I don’t restrain myself, I may descend into the gutters just as he did for which reason I am condemning him now.”


“He has to grow up and stop the amangoase child’s play he is engaging in as a result of which Ghanains are suffering. The incompetence is too much.”KOFI JUMAH 2 KOFI JUMAH 3

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