Ghana will continue to wallow in unbridled corruption if the Mahama-led government is retained in power ahead of the December 7 general ...
Ghana will continue to wallow in unbridled corruption if the Mahama-led government is retained in power ahead of the December 7 general elections.
That is the verdict of the Policy Advisor of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Boakye Agyarko.
Addressing the media at what he termed 'broken promises encounter', he wondered how a man [Mahama] who was not even trusted by his own boss and is easily enticed with freebies be said to be fighting corruption.
Mr. Agyarko indicated that the late former President John Evans Atta Mills knew his then vice John Mahama was ‘corrupt’.
“How can the then vice president investigated for corruption by his boss John Mills be trusted to fight corruption? How can a president who admits to collecting a 100,000 dollars worth of vehicle from a foreign contractor be trusted to check his appointees who are likely to collect same. He quizzed.
The NPP man revealed that, Auditor General 2014 report says over 5 billion of Ghana's tax payer which cannot be found and yet nothing has been done about it. Nobody has been held accountable
Mr. Boakye Agyarko added that, “another four years for Mahama will be a disaster because he cannot be trusted”.