The public has reacted to the picture of formal president John Dramani Mahama and former president John Agyekum Kuffour smiling at each other at the 25th anniversary of the Nana Ansah Sasraku III, Mamfehene. This is lovely to see both presidents together. Though they are not from the same party but they have set good examples as leaders.
Kelvin Taylor a Ghanaian US-based journalist who took the post on his Facebook page reacted to their meeting. According to him, he is very happy to see them together at least they will share some ideas about the economy. This is what he said "Mahama: Eeei Kofi Diewuo, Can You see the Exchange Rate under your Leleput? Kufuor: Boi!, Eye Asem ooo, Akufo Addo nso dier Wabon Pa ooo, Ah Well, Nyame Be Ye"
Both presidents have led this country and Ghanaians had a great experience under both leaders. John Dramani still has four years to lead this country again and hoping victory will be on his side in the 2024 election against the incumbent.
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