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Photo : JM Causes Traffic With His Basketball Skills On Facebook

A picture of the leader and 2020 flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Former President, John Dramani Mahama on social media, Facebook to be precise is causing massive traffic after he was spotted displaying his skills in the basketball game in an unprescribed sports dress.

The photo even though did not capture the face of the Former President, depicts that the former president was a very good basketball player as he throws the ball right inside the net. The caption reads, "He is not just a politician but also a sportsman."

The picture is causing an uncommon traffic on social media. Whilst some arguably admire his indelible basketball skills, some critized the Former President of the fact that he isn't in the right dress and that this disqualified his professionalism in the basketball game, just in case he happens to be one.

The picture with some comments that followed it are as follows:

This is what someone said, "I just love His Excellency John Dramani Mahama. He is good at everything from politics to governance, and now look at how he is displaying uncommon skills in basketball. Wow... JM forever."

Another person commented, "John Mahama may not be good at playing basketball. I doubt because his big stomach won't allow him to jump or even run. Also his dress—jeans and that t-shirt—is not appropriate for sports."

"President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo also plays football with later President John Evans Atta-Mills and everybody knows about this, so there is no point lauding Mahama's skills in basketball. He may be a good player but what does that add to national development?" Another person commented and quizzed.

"After chopping Ghana's money, he is enjoying himself with a big stomach. He and Nana Akuffo-Addo should know that many Ghanaians are in the streets struggling to make ends meet. Playing basketball in jeans won't change anything, exit that work and help somebody," a concerned citizen subtly said.

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