Mahama vows ‘no mercy’ for NPP’s corruption actors

John Mahama
John Mahama

Former President John Mahama has sharply criticized the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), accusing them of unprecedented levels of corruption.

Speaking at a media encounter in Accra on Sunday (7 July), Mahama expressed his disapproval of the Akufo-Addo-led administration’s governance.

“What we have now, obviously never and should never be a yardstick for governance. My goal is to launch a renewed fight against corruption,” he stated.

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer outlined plans for his administration, should he be elected, to form a strong team to investigate corrupt activities under the current government.

“Ghanaians can be assured that drastic steps will be taken to punish the corrupt officials and the accomplices in this present administration. No actor in this NPP corruption enterprise will be spared, and we will also take action to repossess what has been unlawfully stolen from the Ghanaian people,” Mahama promised.

He further emphasized his commitment to ensuring accountability within his own administration, stating that his appointees will be kept in check to prevent corruption.

This event is part of Mahama’s engagement with the media and stakeholders as he campaigns for the 2024 elections.


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