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Mahama slams Abronye DC for claiming he spent Ghc1m on son’s birthday

Ex-president John Dramani Mahama has hit out at the Brong Ahafo Regional first vice chairman of the NPP over allegations that he [Mahama] spent GHc1 million on his son’s birthday.

Kwame Baffoe, popularly known as Abronye DC, had claimed that Mahama spent lavishly on the birthday of his son, Sharaf.

Abronye DC alleged that the former president bought his son a Range Rover worth over $100,000, and a Mercedes Benz SLK which is also worth over $56,000 as birthday gifts.

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“It’s been less than three months now since Mahama was crying over hardships, but I just heard he has spent over $156,000 on his son.

President Mahama bought for his son on his Birthday a Range Rover worth over $100,000, and a Mercedes Benz SLK costing over $56,000,” he alleged.

“After all this huge expenditure by John Mahama, he will later go and cry to his “NDC foot soldiers” that, he is poor and that, the Akufo-Addo administration is ill-treating him. He further tells them that, the economy is very porous and that, he (Mahama) is even being catered for by his wife Lordina.”

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However, responding to the allegations, Mahama described the NPP communicator’s comments as propaganda. In a Twitter post, the ex-president said the claims by Abronye DC are only ‘fevered hallucinations’.

“The ‘fevered hallucinations’ you have when you’ve emptied your propaganda tool kit and have nothing left to deceive the people,” Mahama wrote.

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Simon Kabutey
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