Mahama’s gov’t was an animal farm administration - Alban Bagbin

By Clement Edward Kumsah
Alban Bagbin

Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin has described former President John  Mahama’s administration as an Animal farm government.

He said in his ‘Animal Farm,’ administration, ‘monkeys were working, while baboons chopped.’

“That is why you had unknown people appearing from nowhere and getting top appointments. While people like you and other Executives who had toiled for the party had been ignored.

Alban Bagbin who is a contender for the 2020 NDC flagbearership disclose this in a meeting with some NDC communicators at his Job 600 office complex in Parliament House.

Alban Bagbin, who had already promised a paradigm shift from that of former President Mahama’s style of governance, explained that former President Mahama appointed outsiders into his government because he was not familiar with true party people.

According to Alban Bagbin, the former President’s unfamiliarity with true party faithful was due to the fact that unlike everyone else, President Mahama had not really worked his way through the ranks of the party.

He said former President Mahama’s administration neglected party faithful, leading to pain amongst members and even the founders and leaders

Alban Bagbin said he has rich experience, having served as Minority and Majority Leader, through which he also served as a member of the NDC’s Functional Executive Committee, National Executive Committee and Council of Elders.

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