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Some Ghanaians have taken to their social media handles to heap praises on the former president, John Dramani Mahama after a facebook user who goes by the name Antwi Sarpong shared an adorable picture of the former president and his son Sharaf Mahama.
Mr. Mahama who was seen in a black shirt, Blue Jeans and a black spectacles was undoubtedly having a good time with his son at the bank of a river. Looking at the background it looks like the former president was on vacation abroad with his son. When this adorable picture hit the internet some Ghanaians, believed to be the supporters of the NDC reacted massively to this picture.
"Still Mahama. That is the man. Show them some love". Antwi Sarpong simply captioned his post.
Check out the picture below.
Below are the comments of some users after the picture was posted
In the comments above, it's clear that the former president is winning the heart of Ghanaians with this picture.
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