Kojo Bonsu, a businessman and politician, has said that it is perplexing because, seven years after assuming office, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo still criticises the previous John Dramani Mahama administration for its shortcomings.
The lawmaker claimed that he is shocked beyond belief that the president consistently blames Mahama for the nation’s economic woes whenever he has the opportunity to speak.
This response is in response to the remarks made by President Nana Akufo-Addo on Tuesday, June 13, 2023, during the opening of the 161kv Bulk Supply Point at Accra Central.
During the event, the president said that Ghana will never again have an unpredictable power supply, adding that John Mahama’s legacy would be “Dumsor.”
In response, Kojo Bonsu stated that Ghanaians don’t need to keep holding the NDC responsible for their difficulties because they voted for the NPP to address all the concerns and challenges they trumpeted while they were in opposition.
“I genuinely believe that Prez Akuffo Addo’s blathering about dumsor is irrelevant. Ghanaians chose him and his party to lead them in resolving the problems they had been so “loud-mouthed” about while in opposition. It is unfortunate, dishonest, and outrageous to have blamed your predecessor for 7 continuous years! “Fix the mess,” tweeted Kojo Bonsu.
John Jinapor, the ranking member of the parliament’s mines and energy committee, has stated that the grant help former president John Dramani Mahama sought from Japan in 2014 was the only thing that allowed for the building of the 161kv Bulk Supply Point at Accra Central.