President John Mahama is in a class of his own, Dele Momodu, the CEO and publisher of Ovation, has said.
The Nigerian businessman has been praising the Ghanaian leader in recent times for what he believes is his transformation of the country.
And in an interview with the press at Koforidua in the Eastern Region on a regional launch of his magazine on Friday October 28, Chief Momodu urged citizens to be appreciative of their leader for his achievements and re-elect him for a second four-year term to enable Mr.Mahama complete the transformational agenda he began.
According to him, President Mahama’s achievements remain unmatched within the sub-region, explaining that in his homeland of Nigeria – West Africa’s largest economy, which he said was facing economic crisis – Nigerians were yearning for the helping hand of Ghana’s president to assist his Nigerian counterpart, Muhammadu Buhari, even if for a brief period, to execute more projects as he (Mahama) had done for his country, in order to reverse the economic decline in Africa’s most populous republic.
“With all the resources available to some countries in West Africa, I don’t see these anywhere. In fact, right now, Nigerians are saying they want to beg Mahama to come and work for them for three months. Yes, that is how serious it is,” he revealed.
Chief Momodu acknowledged the efforts of previous governments to the development of the Ghana but insisted: “President John Mahama is in a class of his own.”