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Mahama’s history is failure, he has nothing to offer – Ursula

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ablekuma West Constituency, Ursula Owusu Ekuful says the legacy of former President John Mahama can only be described as failure and has nothing meaningful to deliver for Ghanaians.

Taking her turn on Citi FM’s ‘Point Blank’ on Eyewitness News with Umaru Sanda Amadu, the lawmaker said Mr. Mahama could not manage Ghana’s economy well during his tenure but rather presided over wanton unseriousness and bad deeds that brought serious economic hardship to the citizenry.

“We know him(Mahama), his lies may have worked in the past, certainly not in today’s Ghana. Nana Akufo-Addo is the promise keeper, there was a lot of promises made by their party ahead of the 2012 elections. Judge our 2016 promises with theirs and then, you’ll know whether or not we talk of policies we know we can deliver and have delivered or are in the process of delivering the rest.

“The beauty of the 2020 elections is that, you can compare records, compare performances, compare track records and put that against the promises being made by them and I have no doubt the Ghanaian would use their thumb wrongly for a failure like John Mahama. We know him, he’s no stranger. He has been in government before and end results was all failure. Ghanaians are saying that, we know John Mahama, we know Akufo-Addo, we know who we can trust and who is believable and is Akufo-Addo, certainly not Mahama”

She added, “Mahama in his recent speech referred to the modus operandi of the NDC as a mixture of lies and truths – if this is what they do, then we can safely say that in their own estimation, they have categorised their own manifesto not as a people’s one but as a mixture of lies and truths guaranteed to tell people what they want to hear to hoodwink them into voting for them”.

4 More For Ursula In Ablekuma West Is Assured

The Communications Minister speaking in reference to her constituency expressed absolute conviction of retaining her seat in the 2020 general elections.

According to her, the groundwork of securing another victory is based on the good works and hard work she has done for the constituents in the past years.

“Basically, the implementation of humane policies over the period has been massive. The lives of the people has been improved massively. The policies that can motivate and empower the Ghanaian has been done, jobs has been created, we are on course so we are hopeful of another victory. Many of the challenges, the key challenges which the constituents faces has been tackled.

“I am very hopeful the people of Ablekuma West will retain me. Security, lighting systems, among others have all been addressed. We have been fortunate to lobby for about 25 kilometres of Asturfs over the period in the constituency. Drains are being constructed, police stations are built. Developments have been brought closer to the people. I have slept at collation centres until the votes are counted and declared and then I say that I have won. 2020, I’ll do the same thing.”

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