While the National Democratic Congress, NDC, flagbearer aspirant, John Dramani Mahama is asking for four years to reposition the country if elected president of Ghana in 2024, her Aide Joyce Bawa Mogtari thinks four years wouldn’t be enough for anyone to use to fix a country with a broken economy like Ghana.
In Joyce’s estimation, the extent to which the economy of Ghana has been destroyed by the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo government will require nothing less than fifteen years to rebuild.
This view of Joyce Bawa appears at variance with the man she is undividedly supporting to stage a comeback.
If her principal John Mahama wins the election in 2024, he will be permitted by law to steer the affairs of the country for only four years and make way for another leader.
The former President has said that he has the Midas touch in building the Ghana everyone wants in four years when he takes over in 2025.
Constitutionally, every president of Ghana has a two-term election cycle to make do with his or her vision.
The presumptuous flagbearer of the opposition National Democracy Congress has one term left of the two-term election cycle.
But his aide Joyce Bawa Mogtari after reading the Auditor General’s report believes that the country’s economy needs fifteen straight years of a visionary leader to fix the country’s economy.
“Wait for a second! Have we all read the Auditor-General’s report? If you take your time to read that report you will focus more on Building Ghana we want! Make no mistake @NAkufoAddo has totally destroyed our economy and it will take 15 years to fix it!” her tweet read.
To some political connoisseurs, the Aide to the former President is casting doubt on the campaign of her principal knowing he would not be permitted by law to govern the country for more than four years.