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His eyes are not looking good. Some Ghanaians expressed concern about the eyes of John Mahama.

Our eyes are very vital to us all, since without them we cannot see, and if we cannot see, we will not know where we are. As a result, it's crucial to keep your eyes healthy and to visit the hospital every now and then to get them tested.

Unfortunately, while we're always on the go, we often neglect to monitor our health until it's too late and this is precisely what some Ghanaians dread about the former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama's, good eyesight.

Following the release of a picture of the former president on the internet, many Ghanaians immediately pointed out that his eyes appear to be in poor condition. The image depicts the former President wearing a blue shirt with a black nose mask covering his nose and mouth as he is offering an interview during one of his recent travels in the Techiman in the Bono East Region. A closer look at his face reveals that his eyes are firmly contracted, almost closed, as if he is straining to see the person in front of him.

This quickly prompted concerns among Ghanaians about whether or not he had an eye ailment. Someone mentioned that his eyes don't appear to be in good condition. And another person warns him that if he has any problems with it, he should take care of it before it becomes a major issue for him.

However, whether the former president's eyes are in excellent condition or not, it is critical for everyone to ensure that their eyes are in good health. In addition, as our former president, we should pray for the good health of his eyes and his overall health. It is critical for all of us to be concerned about each other's health because when any portion of your body is in poor condition, it limits your ability to do anything in life, and no one wants to wish his or her fellow Ghanaians ill because we all rely on each other to build a better society.

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