NPP’s take on Mahama’s media engagement

According to Haruna Mohammed, the deputy general secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), opposition party leader John Mahama did not offer any novel ideas during his media encounter.

The inaugural Mahama Conversations event was hosted by the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) on July 7.

Media professionals from different media outlets gathered at the event to hear from and engage with him.

Among other things, Mr. Mahama promised to forbid mining in forest reserves, maintain budgetary restraint to handle exchange rate problems, and back any legislation that enhances free SHS.


During the four-hour session, the former president addressed important queries from several industries.

However, commenting on the engagement on Joy News’ Election Brief, Mr Mohammed said these points are not new and merely a repetition of things Mahama has already said.

“I did not even know that Mr Mahama would be speaking until I was called and informed about this particular discussion.

“Lo and behold I went unto the media to search and see whether there is something new that was presented by former president Mahama, and I haven’t seen any new thing that was said by him,” he said.

He argued that Mr Mahama’s speech cannot be compared to that of the NPP flagbearer, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.

NPP’s take on Mahama’s media engagement

He stressed that Dr Bawumia has all the solutions to the country’s woes.

Meanwhile, a political scientist has lauded John Mahama for the initiative.

Dr Kwame Asah-Asante has described the initiative as innovative, adding that innovation is essential in the political competition arena, and has the potential to determine who captures political power.

source: adomonline.com

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