Ras Mubarak has apologised for comments he posted on Facebook over the power crisis.
The acting Chief Executive Officer of the National Youth Authority (NYA), Ras Mubarak has rendered an unqualified apology to Ghanaians and President John Mahama over comments he posted on his Facebook page that Ghanaians must feel free to vote out the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government in 2016 over the energy crisis, if they want.
In a post on his Facebook page on Saturday, he stated that “if governments after Nkrumah had thought about the long term, as JM [John Mahama] is doing, we won’t be complaining about dumsor today. So please feel free to vote against us for thinking and doing things for a Better Ghana, but u will not only thank us tomorrow, you will live in regret, like we are today, for all the bad things we said and did to Nkrumah.”
Ras Mubarak in an interview with Citi FM said, "I'm not peaching his excellency President Mahama against previous presidents. The work of past government need to be admonished and thats is why I indicated that past government have done good things and needs to be commended for that." Read more NDC loyalist says Ghanaian should feel free to vote against Mahama in 2016
“My comments in respect of the fact that if after attempting or actually seeing things that will actually help Ghanaians in the long-run is something if not appreciated, we should be voted against. For that I think it was quite inappropriate and I sincerely apologise for that,” he said.