The Presidency is Not ‘Nov Dec’ Exams For You to Write Remedial’- NPP Man Tells Mahama

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Deputy National Communications Director for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Richard Asante Yeboah has reminded the leader of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama that the presidency is not a form of exams that offers him another chance to rewrite the papers he failed.

Speaking to Cape Coast-based Darling FM, the NPP man said John Dramani Mahama messed up when he had his chance so there’s no way the people of Ghana will tolerate him.

“We know that in Ghana we have Nov Dec where if you sit for the WASSCE and you don’t pass very well you can write the resit during the November December examination to better your results.

He continued: “However, what NDC and John Dramani Mahama must accept and understand is that with the presidency, there is nothing like Nov Dec with regards to governance of this country. John Mahama was given an opportunity to be the president and when time was up for him to account to the good people of this country, he lost the election beyond repair.

“He failed miserably but we won’t use our presidency as Nov Dec for him to come and resit as President again. Whatever privileges that he needs in his entire life, Ghanaians have provided it to him accordingly,” he added.

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