‘Ibrahim Mahama best person to testify of real change in gov’t’


    A Communicator of the Progressive People Party (PPP) has called on National Democratic Congress (NDC) supporters claiming that they are not feeling any positive change in the country to contact the younger brother of former President Mahama to share his experience.

    According to Charles Owusu, Ibrahim Mahama has had the first feel of the pressure that comes with a change in the political dynamics of a country.

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    “Change has indeed come and Ibrahim Mahama is the best person to testify of the kind of change in Ghana now, he is indeed experiencing that change and I know that he would gladly node in agreement that change has indeed come…,” he said while responding to his usual slogan of ‘Change is Coming’ on Adom FM’s Morning Show, ‘Dwaso Nsem’.

    Ibrahim Mahama have in the past month being caused to settle debts he owed state institutions including the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) and the SSNIT.

    He was forced to issue two cheques to GRA to settle off his GHC12.5 million debt his companies owed the institution after failing to pay for the clearance of goods at the ports.

    He reportedly issued 24 dud cheques to the company and did not pay until the change in government happened.

    The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) withdrew its lawsuit against the brother of the former President Mahama whose construction company had been sued over the unpaid contribution of employees.

    The business man was dragged for failure to pay the contribution of employees to the tune of GHS1million for default on the payment and penalty arising from the default.

    And Ibrahim Mahama settling the two debts within a month, Charles Owusu said bears testimony of the kind of change that is currently blowing in Ghana.

    “There is change in Ghana, Ibrahim Mahama is settling debts that he couldn’t settle in eight years in months and that is enough change…change has indeed come…,” he said.

    He added that but for the change in government, Ibrahim wouldn’t have settled off the debts he owed the state agencies.

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