A former Deputy minister of communications under the erstwhile John Mahama administration, Victoria Hamah has sent a query to persons she believed might have orchestrated her dismissal with the infamous “this is not the speech I edited” phrase.
Hamah was fired some eight years ago after her video of the incident went viral on social media.
In a terse message on Facebook on Monday (5 September) Hamah said: “Those who recorded and spread the famous ‘This is not the speech I edited’, to embarrass me, I would like to know what has happened to their lives now.”
Hamah at the launch of a campaign against cyber crime in Ghana was caught on camera complaining before her audience about the content of a speech she was reading.
She claimed the speech she was given was not the one she had edited earlier, and resorted to reading “from her mind”.
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