Nigerians Regret Voting Jonathan Out – National Leader NDC

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The National Organizer of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Ghana, Kofi Adams, has advised Ghanaians to be careful not to make the same mistake Nigerians made in the 2015 presidential elections and as a result, are now regretting voting out Goodluck Jonathan.

Speaking to supporters of the NDC on the second day of the President’s campaign tour of the Greater Accra Region in Tema last Saturday, the party’s national campaign coordinator said Nigerians are gnashing their teeth in regret for replacing former president Goodluck Jonathan’s government with that of President Mahamadu Buhari who has worsened the economic distress of the nation.

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Mr. Kofi Adams said:

President Buhari in his maiden speech asked Nigerians not to expect any change from him culminating in his abysmal performance as he has succeeded in running down several policies and initiatives introduced by his predecessor. He has plunged Nigeria into serious economic hardship.”

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Nigerians Regret Voting Jonathan Out – Kofi Adams

According to GhanaWeb,  Adams clearly stated that it will be suicidal if Ghanaians found themselves in a similar situation by errorneously voting the Mahama led administration out of office.



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“In order to make fair development comparisons between the NDC and NPP, it is expedient for Ghanaians to renew the mandate of the Mahama- led administration come December 7.

Meanwhile, Nigerian government has pleaded with the Ghanaian Parliament to review the $120 Residency Fee imposed on Nigerians living in Ghana.

The appeal was made by Senate President, Olubukola Saraki, at the National Assembly Complex, Abuja, on Wednesday while hosting Ghanaian parliamentarians.

Saraki said:

“I am appealing to you, my colleagues in the parliament in Ghana, on the recent laws passed on Nigerians to pay a residency fee of $120. I am appealing that you review this law and take a second look at it again, as things are hard. This recession is biting hard.”