Wode Maya Campaigns for NDC
Ghanaian YouTuber, Berthold Kobby Winkler Ackon known publicly as ‘Wode Maya’ took to his X handle to promote Ghana’s former President John Dramani Mahama.
In an interview with the former President, Wode Maya asked about the continuality of governmental project after different political party.
Ghana has been ruling by two political parties after Dr. Kwame Nkrumah CPP received freedom for the Republic of Ghana in 1957. NDC governed Ghana for 19years by the late LT Jerry John Rawlings until the year 2000.
New Patriotic Party (NPP) takes over by the former President John Agyekum Kufuor. Former Prez John also with NPP rule the nation for 8years which the NDCs are always critical of the NPP not continuing the projects the NDC left.
John Dramani Mahama who is NDCs presidenial candite for 2024 elections complained of NPP changing National development plan to Ghana beyond aid. ‘We spent government resources to develop 40year development plan says Mahama’.
Below is Wode Maya’s post:
Are you a true Ghanaian, having Ghana at heart ❤️ wanting to see Ghana develop and stand tall among countries in the world..Then think not twice and look no further than making the choice to vote and stand with the NDC and his excellency @JDMahama to rescue Ghana Today.
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