In the quest to provide more jobs, former Ghanaian President, John Mahama has promised to legalize the Okada business when voted into power.

According to the Flag Bearer of the National Democratic Congress, the introduction of the National Builders Corps (NABCO) has contributed close to nothing in providing jobs for the youth.

In response, John Mahama jabbed the NPP by indicating that, the Okada business has created more jobs that the NABCO initiative and as such would be legalized under his government if given the mandate.

Reacting to these comments by the former leader, controversial MP for Assin central, Kennedy Agyapong has dared the opposition NDC Party flag bearer John Dramani Mahama to first of all allow his son to ride a motorcycle before legalising it.

According to Kennedy Agyapong during an interview on Oman FM, Mahama didn’t care about the safety of the youth to Ghanaians and that’s why he is making such silly promises.

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