NDC Communicator, Mr. Japhet Festus Gbede

Many Ghanaians, including the President of the Republic, Nana Addo are bitterly complaining about the economic hardships they are enduring like submissive slaves bound by chains around their hands and legs and dumped on a rudderless ship, but the vice president’s wife says the complaints are typical NDC propaganda and should be ignored.

“Our government’s objective is to ensure that our nation’s resources are distributed equally,” she stated.

Against this background, Japhet Festus Gbede, a Communicator for the opposition NDC, has rubbished Samira’s remarks in response to her outburst venting his venomous anger on Madam Samira Bawumia.

In a Facebook post today, Mr. Japhet Festus Gbede remarked, “Samira Bawumia’s comment is regrettable, and it is said that the government pays her with the poor taxpayers’ money.”

Mr. Japhet Festus Gbede, a member of the NDC’s communication team in the Akatsi South Constituency, has stated that the hardship in Ghana under President Nana Addo and Bawumia is becoming unbearable and government officials like Samira Bawumia, who acts like those the state feed with the school feeding products, should stop praising the government to Ghanaians since they are unaware of the truth on the ground.


I came across a story on ghanaweb.com by Mad. Samira Bawumia, a lady who was loudly attacking former president John Dramani Mahama, called him names after names prior to the 2016 general elections, portraying Ghanaians’ mourning over the porous nature of the Ghanaian economy under Nana Addo as NDC propaganda.

In as much as I condemn in strong terms, these unwarranted insults and attacks against the good people of this country by Mad Samira Bawumia, I wish to add that the act exhibited by this makeup award winner was indecorous and unbecoming of a woman who we pay with the poor taxpayer’s money.

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Some government officials who see the truth but continue to spout nonsense always act like those who benefit from government school feeding programs, thus they are oblivious to the realities on the ground.

The kind of hardship that the world and the good people of Ghana are experiencing as a result of President Nana Addo’s inept leadership and his Bawumia-led NPP government is utterly disgraceful, unfortunate, and crude, and should never be emulated by any of Ghana’s political parties, so why should any reasonable person label the requiem of Ghanaians as NDC propaganda?

More heinous is Samira Bawumia’s use of gutter and vulgar language to describe this useless NPP government as the best government under the 4th republic, while her husband has been unable to re-arrest the dollar for the past 5 years, causing Ghanaian businesses to plummet and, for the first time in history, private car users joining trotro as commercial drivers buying fuels on credit.

The auditor general confirmed the departure of 12 billion cedis in 2017 and another 12 billion cedis in 2020, totaling 24 billion cedis in government wallets.

Apart from designing criminal tactics to apply the e-levy, the president is also costing the government billions of cedis by using a private plane for thoughtless and wasteful travels as he cannot account for 220 billion old Ghana cedis loan.

After receiving almost 2 billion dollars for free from the IMF, the World Bank, and other international and local donors, this administration simply appropriated the funds to further its Capitalist taste for abusing the public.

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Ghanaians did not profit from the covid funding no hospital has been constructed since 2019, and no free test, mask, or quarantine has been provided.

We are being raided by a tyrant, oppressor, capitalist, and imperialist stooge, therefore I don’t want to hear sycophants and opportunists like Samira Bawumia, whom we feed with the money of the unhappy taxpayers.

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