The new Executive Director of Danquah Institute, Richard Ahiagbah, has counseled former President Mahama to be measured in his public utterances saying anytime he criticizes President Akufo-Addo it exposes him the more.
According to him, the former President lacks the moral right to criticize the government on non-existent allegations while he was guilty of such allegations while he was in office.
Reacting to the recent comments by the former President accusing the government of aiding family and friends to acquire shares in the Power Distribution Service (PDS) and the subsequent termination of the contract by the government, Mr Richard Ahiagbah in an interview on Anopa Nkomo with Kwame Tutu on Accra based Kingdom FM 107.7 said the state capture was when Ibrahim Mahama was given the country’s bauxite concession by the Mahama government.

He added that State capture was what stood out in the key issues underlying the sale of Merchant Bank to Fortiz.
A bad deal that was enforced to avoid the payment of the debt owed Merchant Bank by Ibrahim Mahama.
But speaking on the same programme, the National Organiser of the NDC, Joshua Akamba described the claims of the Danquah Institute Executive Director as laughable as Ibrahim Mahama was long in business before his brother became president.
By : Samuel Opoku / Kingdom 107.7 FM / / Ghana / 2019

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