Former president John Mahama is a promise keeper, communications officer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Sammy Gyamfi has said.
Mr. Mahama has promised to pay all persons whose monies have been locked up in following the collapse of some financial institutions in the country.
He said the payments will be made within his first year in office should he be elected President in December 2020.
While delivering his address during a ceremony to outdoor his running mate for the December elections, Mr. Mahama said his government shall implement a payment plan to pay these customers who have been left aggrieved for over a year now.
“I pledge on behalf of the NDC that we shall within one year of being in office pay all funds that have been locked up with the collapsed financial institutions. Within our first year in office, we shall pay all the beneficiaries all funds locked up in the collapsed financial institutions and its a promise. We shall not put together any long term payment plan that will further worsen the living conditions of the victims,” he noted.
Speaking on Newday on TV3, monitored by Newsgogh.com, Sammy Gyamfinoted that many have expressed doubt about the promise but has assured that John Mahama will keep to his promise.
“Mahama is not King Promise, when he promises, he will deliver”.