Mahama doesn’t deserve a second chance – Veteran Actor


Renowned Actor, Mawuli Ekpe Peter has stated that, it would be impossible for the NDC flagbearer, John Mahama to get another opportunity to rule over the country.

According to him, he supported John Mahama for eight years, but can’t tell the success story of John Mahama “because there’s none”.

“I left the NDC to preach about the free so my NDC friends should follow me so we can together think about our children’s future.” He said on Wontumi Radio/TV Morning Show

“John Mahama cancelled the teacher-nurses trainee allowances for the students.” He recalled.

Mawuli said that Ghanaians should thank God for choosing Akufo-Addo for the nation because the President has eased the burden on parents due to the introduction of the SHS

The former Radio Presenter recalled that in the previous years, government workers and business people found themselves in a big trouble anytime schools were about to be re-opened. “They had to pay the fees of their relatives in order for them to acquire SHS education.” He said

According to Mawuli, some years ago Parents used to pay canteen fees and PTA levy, “but now they are a thing of the past due to the free SHS policy.”

The businessman bemoaned that, there were even instances where some students were prevented from writing their final exams for defaulting in the payment of PTA levy which now belong to history.

The newly defected NDC member to the NPP also commended President Akufo-Addo for constructing the first ever Creative Arts School for talented people in Kumasi.

He added this has come as a blessing for those who may have the talent because they now have the opportunity to attend a unique institution based on their talents for it to be polished..
Mawuli is hopeful that, the school will start to admit students by 2022.

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