NSP Brouhaha: Mahama posts photo over unpaid NSP



After his recent remark on social media on the current government’s incapacity to pay National Service members eventually went out online, the former President and flag bearer of the major opposition party, NDC, did the unexpected.





Former President John Mahama used the viral post to convey his deep dissatisfaction with President Akufo Addo’s administration, as well as to forcefully urge the government to pay National Service Personnel throughout the nation.

When the unexpected message eventually appeared on the internet, most Ghanaians used the opportunity to voice their deep sadness as well as share their ideas and opinions on the concerning matter.

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The former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has amazed his fans and followers on Facebook after he dropped a throwback picture of himself looking young with his friends. Indeed everyone has a story to tell and seeing such pictures of great men brings refreshing and memories of the past.

He posted the picture and captioned it as, his days during the National service scheme after school which he used the opportunity to shade Nana Addo to Pay National service personnel’s their allowance. On social media, his followers are praising him and admiring the picture whiles others too are in shock. Let’s check out the picture below.






Most people were probably astonished when they saw Mahama’s portrait during his NSS years, when he forcefully pressed the Akufi Addo administration to pay staff, as seen by the aforementioned remarks.


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Mahama posts photo over unpaid NSP


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