Ambassador Daniel Osei of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is not toning down any time soon on his criticism on his former boss John Mahama.
According to Ambassador Daniel Osei, the same Ghanaians who voted in 2016 and rejected then John Mahama are the same people who will vote in 2020 and will reject him.
The NDC man who was appointed a Diplomat by John Mahama under the erstwhile NDC government said the NDC campaign in 2020 would have been easier for NDC if any of the other six contenders namely Prof Joshua Alabi, Alban Bagbin, Goosie Tanoh, Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, Sylvester Mensah and Nurudeen Iddrisu had won, instead of John Mahama.
“Ghanaians rejected John Mahama outrightly in 2016 and so it is going to be difficult convincing this same electorate to vote for a candidate they rejected. Nothing much has changed about him, I’m not sure he has learnt his lessons. Nonetheless, I’ll campaign for the NDC because I love the party.”
He however said despite all his reservations that any of the other six contestants would have made the campaign easy if they had won the Flagbearer race, he would nevertheless campaign for the NDC in 2020.