The alleged $40k bribe cannot even buy the engine of Mahama's Ford bribe---Mustapha Hamid fires
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The alleged $40k bribe cannot even buy the engine of Mahama’s Ford bribe—Mustapha Hamid fires

The alleged $40k bribe cannot even buy the engine of Mahama’s Ford bribe—Mustapha Hamid fires

The alleged $40k bribe cannot even buy the engine of Mahama’s Ford bribe—Mustapha Hamid fires

The Deputy Campaign Manager for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid has condemned the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the inferior communist tactics they are currently using to run their campaign.

According to him, the alleged bribe of $40,000 which they were claiming President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo took cannot by the engine of the Ford vehicle ex-president John Dramani Mahama took as a bribe in office.

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Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, Dr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid stated that the amount they were claiming was not huge for a person they claimed to be the president would take to conceal a wrong doing.

 

“Listen to the narrative to the video, that the president took a bribe of $40,000. This in 2016 was equivalent to GHS168,000. Really? And they think that people will believe?

Let’s even escalate it to $40,000 at the current rate, that will give GHS230,000. It cannot even buy the engine of the Ford expedition that candidate Mahama took,” he added.

Dr Abdul-Hamid said the act was defamatory and it shows the intelligible and incompetent nature of the members of the NDC who were spearheading and circulating the fake news.

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“It is all over social media. Yesterday, they even dared to show it on a television station. We are coming after that television station. It is defamatory on the President of Ghana. It is unethical and unprofessional,” he said.

Explaining the video, Dr Abdul-Hamid said the video was a donation president Akufo-Addo who was then the presidential candidate of the NPP took to facilitate his campaign and expressed regret that the NDC was so dumb to think Ghanaians would believe the doctored video which was just televised to score political point.

“You take old videos of campaign donation and distort it, seeking to make it look like a recent video, come on. Is the NDC too incompetent to fake a video correctly? You want to run a nation and can’t even fake things,” he stressed.

The governing party said the video was unethical and unprofessional for traditional media houses who could have investigated before airing it circulated  the video to defame the President.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

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