Ask the NDC one legacy of John Mahama in the Upper East- Tangoba Abayege


Upper East Regional Minister Tangoba Abayege has taken a swipe at the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Upper East Region.

The Regional Minister in an interview on A1 Radio Daybreak Upper East on Thursday August 13, 2020, monitored by questioned the NDC legacy of former President John Dramani in the Upper East region throughout his 8 years in office as the President of the Republic of Ghana.
“John Mahama failed Potoor” she claimed.

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She was responding to the Two day tour of the NDC vice Presidential Candidate Professor Naana Opoku Agymeng who was expected to be in the region between Thursday and Friday.

However, on a lighter notes, Madam Tangoba criticized the NDC in the region for not giving out her contact to their vice presidential candidate to get in contact with her, especially been the mother of the region.

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Madam Abayege said indeed, she is not actually seeing Prof. Naana Opoku Agyemang as a match, but sees her as a fanti sister. She however stressed that the NDC vice President should be able to question the party John Dramani Mahama legacy in the Region.


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