A financial expert has asked former President John Mahama to remain silent and never attempt to pin Ghana’s bankruptcy issue on President Akufo-Addo’s government.
Mr. Ishaq Kyei-Brobbey has said the former President is never fit to talk about the subject knowing very well that the two major issues that has made Ghana bankrupt is as a result of how poorly he managed the economy of Ghana.
During a studio discussion on Wontumi TV which was monitored by Ghananewsaid.net, Mr. Kyei-Brobbey stated that if Ghanaians want someone to educate us about our debt, it certainly doesn’t have to come from Mr. John Mahama.
“If he understands that Ghana is bankrupt then he better remain silent. He contributed to Ghana’s bankruptcy issue. He has a major stake in it”, Ishaq Kyei-Brobbey said.
The financial expert insulated the Akufo-Addo led government from the issue of bankruptcy noting that two major legacy issues started by the government of former President John Mahama, led Ghana into this turmoil.