A sad mail from a private school teacher who has been at home without salary for two months now, was what graced the introductory remarks of former president and flag bearer of opposition, NDC. H.E John Dramani Mahama.




Mr. Mahama who is out sharing some relief items to hospitals and the general public has questioned the procedure used to share food and other relief support to Ghanaians.
He said several people in the country are in dire need of food and fund to survive, so the Akufo-Addo led government should reach out to the entire populace and not just a few.

The case of the young private school teacher from Adenta who said she is starving and suffering at home as a result of the lockdown is just one of many cases in the country, according to the NDC leader.

Mr. Mahama has criticized the way and manner food is shared in the country, he said the constant overcrowding is occurring because people do not believe the government will reach out to them at home if they don't "fight" to get their share on the street. This development he said can lead to the spread of #Covid19 in the country.

He thus advised the government to live the food sharing to traditional leaders and community heads and not in the hands of politically exposed people.

The opposition leader who said he's also sharing food to about 20,000 households in #lockdown areas, has charged president Akufo-Addo to reduce taxes on voice and internet, reduce the size of his gov't, ensure a continuous flow of water and electricity and ensure fair relief support to the total populace, especially those in lockdown areas.