Messiah Mahama will save Ghanaians from economic hardship under incompetent Nana Addo…Yammin

Ghana Politics News-Former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister under the erstwhile John Mahama administration Joseph Yammin has described former President Dramani Mahama as “Messiah” saying he will save Ghanaians from economic hardship under incompetent Nana Addo’s government.

According to Joseph Yammin, the coming back of former President John Mahama is to save the country from the despondency, hardships, rising cost of living, collapsing of businesses corruption and record levels of unemployment currently prevailing in the country under Nana Addo’s administration.

Joseph Yammin speaking in an exclusive interview with Abusua Fm’s Osei Kwadwo said Ghanaians have the opportunity to correct their mistakes by voting for former President Mahama in the 2020 elections to put the country on the right path.

Yammin revealed that the continued stay in office of President Nana Addo and his government is a threat to Ghana’s future, as every sector of the Ghanaian economy since they came to power has been in constant decline, coupled with the collapse of every social intervention programme implemented by the Mahama government.

“Ghanaians who voted for Nana Addo and his government have regretted because of the economic hardship under Nana Addo’s administration as compare to John Dramani administration. Businessmen who voted for Nana Addo are now crying because their businesses are collapsing under Nana Addo’s administration. Traders who gave John Mahama red card in the 2016 elections are now looking for him to save them from Nana Addo’s economic hardship. Ghanaians now see John Mahama as messiah who can take the country to the promise land” he said.

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