Kumasi Will Be The Capital of Ghana In My Second Coming – John Mahama

Kumasi Will Be The Capital of Ghana In My Second Coming - John Mahama Starts Campaign
Kumasi Will Be The Capital of Ghana In My Second Coming - John Mahama Starts Campaig

Kumasi Will Be The Capital of Ghana In My Second Coming – John Mahama Starts Campaign

Kumasi Will Be The Capital of Ghana In My Second Coming – John Mahama Starts Campaign

Kumasi Will Be The Capital of Ghana In My Second Coming – John Mahama Starts Campaign

2020 Elections is just months away and as usual, the politicians are in to make promises to woo Ghanaians. During the 2016 Elections, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) promised to build 300 shs which never happened.

The current flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama who is also the ex president promised to build a number of schools but failed to reach that amount. However, this year, the ex president is taking his concentration away from school.

Speaking to our Journalist, Kofi Yehowah on NewsmuNews TV, the ex president revealed that the only way to control the dirt in Accra is by moving the capital to Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

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If we want Accra to be clean, then we need to move the capital away because a lot of concentration is here and as a result leads to dirt.

The ex president also revealed that, his new Government if elected will consider moving the capital to Kumasi.

Kumasi Will Be The Capital of Ghana In My Second Coming – John Mahama

Now, what’s your thoughts on this? Let’s hear from you in the comments

Source. Newsmunews

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Courage Mensah is a college student who also has a certificate from Google digital skills for Africa. He is the brain behind many blogs in Ghana. currently, he is the administrator of technologygist.com and ghspeaks.com Ghspeaks is here to serve you with the latest information about education in Ghana.

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