David Mawuli | 12:46 | 01.12.2016 Leila, who endorsed the NDC in 2012, argued that Ghanaians should be ready for harsh conditions in the next four years since the NDC would win the next election. 
Ghanaian filmmaker Leila Djansi says Ghanaians should brace themselves for another ‘hard four years under president John Dramani Mahama.’

The “Sinking Sands” director made this statement in a Facebook post Tuesday evening. Leila, who endorsed the NDC in 2012, argued that Ghanaians should be ready for harsh conditions in the next four years since the NDC would win the next election.

She wrote: “Ghana folks, instead of ranting about needless things, y’all need to condition your minds that you have 4 More years of “edey beee” because fine guys have sweet tongues and know how to woo their prey.

Please go and figure out how you’ll survive when the dollar “toaso’s” and hits 5ghc, when petrol goes up, when taxes hike up again and when your ECG honeymoon is over! Go buy barrels to store water and grow what food you can in your flower bed. Cos I tell you, it’s going to be a hard hard 4 years. Leave social media talk shops and go PLAN!!”

She later sarcastically blamed President Mahama and Ghanaian politicians for climate change.

She wrote: “In fact. In fact… Pres John Mahama needs to do something about the amount of sun shining down on Ghana. The sun yesterday and today was just too hot. I didn’t campaign for this. It rained in Accra, but not Ho. These politicians and the weather.”