John Mahama Should Stop Duping Joyce Mensah – Chairman Wontumi

Chairman Wontumi and Mahama
Chairman Wontumi and Mahama

Chairman Wontumi has added his voice to those calling on former President John Dramani Mahama to return every penny Joyce Dzidzor Mensah deserves for serving as AIDS ambassador for his government.

The former AIDS Ambassador has released a new video where she is seen cursing former President John Mahama for depriving her of her money and leaving her to die slowly.

In the video, she is seen sobbing and sorrowfully telling the public that she is not an attention seeker but wants to be paid for the work she did for the National Democratic Congress government under the leadership of former President Mahama.

Her sad message caught the attention of Mr. Bernard Antwi-Boasiako alias Chairman Wontumi who has warned Mr. Mahama to stop duping the former AIDS Ambassador.

In an interview with Wontumi Tv, Chairman Wontumi stated that he feels sorry for the situation Joyce Dzidzor Mensah finds herself in but called out Mr. Mahama to pay back every penny he owes the lady for the services she rendered.

“John Mahama is killing Joyce Dzidzor Mensah slowly. He must pay the lady her money because he is keeping her money”, Chairman Wontumi said.

It would be recalled that Joyce Dzidzor Mensah once accused former President John Mahama of depriving her funds and appointing his wife (Lordina Mahama) to serve as AIDS Ambassador in her place.

“We were in Washington DC in America with some minister when His Excellency Professor Mills died in 2012 and the moment we returned to Ghana and Mr. Mahama was made the President, they kicked my ass out and gave my position to Madam Lordina Mahama”, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah once wrote on Facebook.

She even accused the former first family of embezzling several funds that were meant for campaigns to help fight stigmatization and also get Ghanaians to stay safe.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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