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Mahama is surely an embarrassment to any Ghanaian with a measurable IQ – NDC’s Dela Coffie drags Mahama to the cleaners

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Mahama is surely an embarrassment to any Ghanaian with a measurable IQ – NDC’s Dela Coffie drags Mahama to the cleaners

Folks, it is sad and funny, very sad, that once more, for the umpteenth time, the old truth is confirmed: Mahama is surely an embarrassment to any Ghanaian with a measurable IQ.

Indeed, the man has gone beyond being funny or laughable; he’s gone beyond being impossible – he’s proving beyond all doubt now that he is – and always has been – a national and international embarassment.

Why am I on this tangent? It is simply as a result of Mahama’s post election antics. The antics are getting pronounced.

Mahama and his frontmen are yelling, alleging and touting voter fraud. Strangely, they aren’t alleging to the courts that there was voter fraud, not that there was irregularities, or even an illegal ballot cast. Mahama continue to be all talk and NO PROOF and yet his gullible believers continue to slurp up his unfounded conspiracy theory. These guys are simply engaging in media trial. And in the process creating uneccessary tension resulting from illegal public manifestations with its attendant skirmishes, violence and chaos all over the place.

We don’t want untrammeled Democracy. Neither is Ghana interested in mob rule. Which is why Mahama ought to square the circle now or forever shut it.

The question is, where the hell is the proof of the voter fraud? Why is it so difficult to present the ironclad ‘evidence’ before a judge? Well, If it ain’t in court, it ain’t proof, and people need to be told in plain language that touting these unfounded claims of election fraud without willingness to follow the constitutional procedures is as horrible as Adolf Hitler’s propaganda stunts.

Again, is it the case that Mahama is equally outraged at the constituencies he won? Why isn’t he disputing those results as well? Isn’t it strange how the fraud and irregularities happened only in the areas that the NDC lost?

I don’t understand the logic. It is either he claims that the entire election is fraught with irregularities including his votes or it was not.

You cannot gleefully propagate the NDC gains in the parliamentary contest and at the same time called the entire process fraudulent. That’s absolute disrespect to the will of the people, due process and an attack on our constitution.

In any event, how may straws can Mahama clutch on at this juncture? Watching him flail, flounder, and fail to make his case is entertaining. He hopes to create a religion of conspiracy to undermine our democracy & ideas that challenge his politics. This is lower than low. And to support these conspiracy theories is to support impunity and belligerence.

It’s much more like some people need to have their asses whooped, maybe that will knock some senses
into their deranged heads that making baseless claims and flouting the public order act does not, and cannot alter the declaration made by the Electoral Commission.

Then again, the claim that Mahama is fighting for the 6million who voted for him is a load of tosh. What about the over 6million who voted for the other guy or the floating voters who now wish they hadn’t voted Mahama?

This whole act has always been about himself while pretending to be about others. His simpering base of supporters would follow him over a cliff while he wears a parachute to safety.

The people in the base are too gullible to realize they’re the cannon fodder. He’s whipping them for an agenda other than voter fraud.

Let’s be clear here, it always was, it is and it will always be about Mahama and his 2024 comeback.

The good party folks in the NDC need to stand up and be counted – The fat lady has long sung. It’s over, it’s done. Time for Mahama to pack it in and get ready for retirement. Better yet, the NDC need to move on with the election 2020 corpse dressing and put the party back on track with fresh leadership.

Yes, we can.

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SB Bitian is a Freelance Writer. Favorite quote: "I returned, and saw under the sun, that the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet riches to men of understanding, nor yet favor to men of skill; but time and chance happen to them all" - Ecclesiastes 9:11

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