Corruption Allegations Mahama and NDC have PhD in corruption - NPP MP

Titus Glover said the erstwhile administration has not been transparent with the public

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The Member of Parliament (MP) for Tema East, Titus-Glover has accused former President John Mahama and his government of rampant deception to Ghanaians during his term in office.

He said Mahama showed no political commitment to fight corruption because he is corrupt.

He said the erstwhile administration has not been transparent with the public.

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According to him, Mahama and his National Democratic Congress(NDC) cohorts didn’t treat Ghanaians well because they deceived them with lies adding that all members of the opposition party have PHD in corruption.

play Member of Parliament (MP) for Tema East, Titus-Glover

 

He said "Mahama and his NDC cohorts really didn’t treat Ghanaians well because they deceived them with lies and that forced them into opposition. Mahama even failed to prosecute his people he himself was so corrupt. All NDC members have PHD in corruption."

Mahama, addressing members of the NDC during a Unity walk in Cape Coast in the Central Region said new governments, all over the world, are often given honeymoon periods to roll out their policies.

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However, he said the Akufo-Addo administration is committing so many mistakes and that the President is not acting boldly to correct them.

One of such mistakes, the ex-president said, is the launch of the Ghana Post GPS App.

 

Speaking on Accra-based Adom FM in response to Mahama, Titus Glover who doubles as the deputy Transport Minister said the NPP government inherited a lot of debt from Mahama.

He added that some documents for the prosecution of some corrupt NDC officials are ready.

He has also revealed that the government has concluded investigations of some former government officials and final work is being done on their dockets before taking them to court.

"NDC actually managed to destroy the country. I can tell you that the AG is working hard to investigate NDC officials involved in corrupt acts and so they shouldn’t force us. Nana Addo knows what he is doing and so let’s allow him," he said.

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