Former President John Dramani Mahama loves Ghana so much that he did all he could to make everyone smile, that even if it’s for you to cry now and smile later out of his intended good deeds, he’ll feel very much accomplished.
This was the exact picture the Ex-President painted today in addressing members of Kenya’s business community in Nairobi.
According to 3news.com, the Ex-President described some of his policies as “tough but necessary”
Mr. Mahama recounting on his governance at the gathering organized by the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), cited the example of his government removing subsidies on fuel and many other things which makes it quite unbearable for the citizenry, but is better long term in reducing government expenditure.
He called for such policies to be consistent as he stated that “the tendency of new governments in Africa to cancel agreements signed by a former government does not augur well for business growth.”