March 4, 2024

A “neutral” University of Ghana Academic Prof Kobby Mensah known for serial Bawumia criticism has been spotted at an opposition NDC event

The UG Don was spotted wearing an African print beneath a suit and a jeans trousers holding a bowl of what looked like Fried rice and chicken.

On the right and left of the UG Don were two unidentified men with one showcasing an opposition National Democratic Congress paraphernalia around his neck.

Details of the picture location or event was not given but online critics have launched an attack on the University lecturer for partisanship.

The Marketing Professor of the University of Ghana Business School has been critical of the campaign of Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia since 2020.

The Marketing and Political Communication lecturer at the UGBS has been accused of personalizing his criticism of the Vice President.

In June this year, the now exposed UG Lecturer expressed his disapproval of Dr Bawumia’s vision to position Ghana as a digital hub on the African continent if elected president in the 2024 presidential polls.

During an interview on Eyewitness News on Citi FM, Prof. Mensah said the Vice President was a failure.

“I just couldn’t believe that in the entire statement, he never mentioned the economy. This Vice President was single-handedly chosen for a particular reason and the reason was that he was going to change the fundamentals, he particularly said he was going to work to move the country from taxation to production to make sure that the economy of the country was resilient and robust which he has failed” He said.

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“If this Vice president wants us to take him to the apex of the ticket to become president of this country, then he must be honest with us and tell us what happened to his promise of moving the country from taxation to production” he added.

 

 

 

Source: MyNewsGh.com

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