False allegations won’t damage Mahama’s reputation- Bawah Mogtari.

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer John Dramani Mahama’s spokesperson, Joyce Bawah Mogtari, has steadfastly maintained that her boss is uncorruptible.

This claim is made in spite of a recent article in Ben Ephson’s Daily Dispatch claiming that some appointees in Mahama’s previous administration spent more than $8 million on opulent mansions in Dubai.

Bawah Mogtari attacked Ben Ephson for trying to damage former President Mahama’s character in a statement that was made public on Tuesday, June 25.

She criticized Mr. Ephson with intentionally disregarding the widespread corruption in the Akufo-Addo administration in order to deflect focus from the urgent problem of state capture.

Bawah Mogtari denounced the story as a “syndicated” effort to distract the public and malign Mahama’s reputation.

“The recent NPP syndicated story, deviously using Mahama’s name as a distraction, is just another ploy to divert attention from the alarming state capture that is unfolding under this administration.

“The looting of state lands and properties has reached unprecedented levels and has been a topic of discussion in the past few weeks. This syndicated story is, therefore, just another diversion to distract the public’s attention.”

Joyce Bawah Mogtari declared that the false accusations peddled by Ben Ephson and the New Patriotic Party cannot tarnish the reputation of John Dramani Mahama, who has been vindicated from their relentless smear campaigns

“No amount of loose and imagined associations from Ben Ephson and his NPP friends can overturn this immutable fact that Mahama stands vindicated from all their mudslinging.”

The Spokesperson for Mr Mahama reaffirmed that the former President is poised to reclaim the presidency and implement a comprehensive economic revitalisation plan for Ghana.

Additionally, she vowed that Mahama will ensure accountability and transparency by investigating and prosecuting corrupt officials within the current NPP administration, who have been accused of malfeasance and mismanagement.

“Rest assured, Mr Mahama will reclaim the presidency to revitalise Ghana’s economy and hold corrupt NPP officials accountable.”

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