Leila Djansi says she regrets campaigning for NDC because ….

Award-winning movie producer, Leila Afua Djansi, on Tuesday said she regrets campaigning for the John Dramani Mahama National Democratic Congress  (NDC) administration, which she described as incompetent.
In a Facebook post, Ms Djansi said although she was not living in Ghana, she still felt what she said was the prevailing hardship in the country.
She said her decision to campaign for President Mahama in 2012 had not been worth it, especially because it drew animosity against her from some members of the public.

“I lost friends, someone threatened to burn down my office in Ghana cos I was NDC. After all the sacrifices made to campaign and have faith in this party, Ghana has been faced with so much incompetence from this team,” she said, adding: “Even not living in Ghana, you feel the hardship.”

Ms Djansi also made reference to the Gh₵3.6 million bus branding scandal, which led to the resignation of the Transport Minister, Mrs Dzifa Attivor.
She said:

“Buses we brand at no less than 5000ghc per bus were branded for 30,000. That money could have been used to improve the water-flow system in the country. Beds for hospitals.”
“This is the Ghana you get when selfish people thrive. When they give only to their family members. Clothe themselves in material things so they can be worshiped.
“So shameful!”

Read her full statement below:

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Good morning from John Mahama’s Ghana!! Multiple days without water. Last week we had to call the company head to have taps opened.
I so regret campaigning for NDC although I have no vote in Ghana. I lost friends, someone threatened to burn down my office in Ghana cos I was NDC. After all the sacrifices made to campaign and have faith in this party, Ghana has been faced with so much incompetence from this team! Even not living in Ghana, you feel the hardship. But they have money to give to a less qualified individual to brand buses.
Buses we brand at no less than 5000ghc per bus were branded for 30,000. That money could have been used to improve the water-flow system in the country. Beds for hospitals… This is the Ghana you get when selfish people thrive. When they give only to their family members. Clothe themselves in material things so they can worshiped.
So shameful! And everyone has forgotten that the young woman in question hasn’t returned the money and hasn’t even been prosecuted”.

Source: Graphic Online