"My Attack On Mahama Was Not Personal" – Samira Bawumia

Wife of a Vice President, Samira Bawumia has pronounced that her critique of former President John Dramani Mahama in a lead adult to a 2016 choosing was not an conflict on his person.

Mrs Bawumia and her father had on several occasions criticised Mr Mahama on a debate trail, describing him as incompetent.

Speaking on a Citi Breakfast Show, however, Mrs Bawumia simplified that her outline of Mr. Mahama as amateurish was fact.

“I was not mean. It was not a meant energetic attitude. It was not a personal attack. we was unequivocally ardent about a things we spoke about. You know me privately a bit and we am calmer than people consider since they see me on a platform. It was fact.It was not a personal conflict on him. we trust he could have finished some-more as a President. The event a NDC had when they came into bureau in 2009 and a nation they hereditary had so most intensity so it was not an conflict on his person. A lot of people like him.

“Even on a NPP side people like him as a chairman and we do not consider there are people who will contend he is not a good man though that is opposite from how your policies are inspiring people and how we are impacting people with a decisions we make. Your actions should advise that we unequivocally caring about a people,” she told horde of a show, Bernard Avle.

She serve indicated that it was beforehand to take a ruling NPP on for some of a promises they done during a 2016 choosing debate duration when it had usually been in energy for a year and a half.

“It is apparent that policies will take a while and if we demeanour during a NPP’s programmes in a final year and a half, it tells we what we are thinking… Mind you, NDC was in energy for 8 years, and we have usually been in energy for a year and a half. The investment will bear fruit. we am assured that with time, all of this will come together. It will bear fruit. It is usually a year and a half.”

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