Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho has advised opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) Running mate, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia to start thinking of how he can make his life more profitable post the upcoming December 7 election, as the NPP will surely lose the poll.
He has urged Dr Bawumia to start floating his applications as he could be lucky to land a lecturer job in one of the numerous universities in the Ghana to teach.
Koku Anyidoho has in the past few months launched a sustained attack on Dr Bawumia, hitting hard at him whenever the latter launches an assault on the Mahama-led administration.
The three-time running mate who is currently on a campaign tour of the Central Region on Monday among other attacks on the Mahama-led government accused it of stealing state funds.
“If you take a look at our economic situation, you’ll realize that our economic situation has worsened, but that is not because Ghana is not blessed with resources, we are rich as a country. I worked at the Bank of Ghana and so I know that Ghana is a rich, it is because the managers of the economy are stealing state funds that is why we should all vote them out of power, so that nobody sits in Accra and steals money and send it to Burkina or Dubai.”
But responding to the claims on Accra FM, Koku Anyidoho rubbished his assertions and challenged Dr Bawumia to account for how much it cost the country to re-denominate the cedi in 2007, when Dr Bawumia served as the Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana.
“This Bawumia man, I’m surprised that he’s still making noise all over the place. If I were him by now…I would have turned into a crocodile and go beneath water. At the end of the election where Akufo Addo will be heavily defeated, I can then find something meaningful to do with my life. If it’s a school he’ll get to teach, then he goes there to rehabilitate himself. It is a pity that he’s allowed himself to be used to do the NPP’s dirty job and soiling his reputation.”