The deputy general secretary of the ruling New Patriotic party in Ghana, Nana Obiri Boahen has responded to a statement that was made by the former president, John Dramani Mahama concerning the 2024 election. In the said statement which the former president is still defending, he said that the NDC has learnt their lesson and would not wait for what happened in the 2020 election to repeat itself so the 2027 election will be a "do or die" affair at the polling stations. People have expressed concerns about such comments by a person of his caliber and have called for a retraction of the statement but Mahama still remains adamant. Nana Obiri Boahen has responded to this statement through a phone interview with Nana Abu Prah on Wontumi morning show today Wednesday 8th September 2021, daring the former president to try anything if he believes he is man enough, because the NPP has more than what it takes to match every one who will try to cause chaos in the country in 2024. "I am daring him to try anything if he believes he is man enough than anybody", Nana Obiri Boahen concluded.
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