Mahama promises contractors
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Mahama promises contractors


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Former President John Mahama has assured road contractors in the country that he will pay all debts owed them by government if he wins the December 7 polls.
"The government owes contractors. So, to all the contractors who are suffering today, don't worry there is light at the end of the tunnel. The NDC administration is coming, when we come, will pay all of you what the government owes you," the NDC flagbearer told a gathering in the Upper East region where has been campaigning.
"If you vote for a government and it comes into power and the quality of your life is going in reverse then you have to vote the government out. Akufo-Addo government is the greatest sakawa in history".


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