Deputy Minister of Education and Member of Parliament for Assin South Constituency, John Ntim Fordjour, has criticized John Mahama, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), labeling him as the foremost threat to Ghana’s progress.
According to Fordjour, Mahama is a leader devoid of vision, known for canceling and threatening to annul beneficial policies for citizens.
These remarks follow Mahama’s pledge to abolish the teacher licensure exams if elected in the upcoming December 2024 general elections.
In a recent post on X, Ntim Fordjour highlighted that Mahama had previously revoked allowances for nursing and teacher trainees and had expressed intentions to abolish the Free SHS policy.
Additionally, Fordjour pointed out that Mahama is currently contemplating the cancellation of the impactful teacher licensure policy.
Fordjour emphasized that, in his view, Mahama poses a significant threat to Ghana’s progress and criticized him as being overly eager for power, which he had previously handled with incompetence.