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Mahama’s Airbus Saga Factor In Ex-Prez Mill’s Death – Stephen Amoah Claims

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Chief Executive Officer of the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC), Stephen Amoah has suggested a special prayer session be organized in the country purposely for the immediate past first gentleman of the land, John Dramani Mahama.

To him, the intense prayers and fasting for the past President will cleanse him off the outrageous corrupt practices introduced during his administration, which brought about all the corrupt jargons in the world we know today.

“We must organize a prayer session solely for John Dramani Mahama for his level of corruption is massive that he needs not dream of contesting the seat of presidency again”

Mr. Amoah, in a submission made on UTV’s ‘Adekye Nsroma’ political show in connection with the airbus saga asserted he is sure issues surrounding its purchase during former President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills administration of which he needed an investigation on but proved futile by party bigwigs escalated his death.

“Former President Mahama brought about all the big vocabularies of corruption into Ghana of which I believe his airbus corruption saga during former President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mill’s supervision is a factor to his death”

The NPP communicator tagged former President Mahama’s style of governance as robbing Peter to pay Paul bible phrase, but his instance is even three times what the bible said about corruption.

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