Hold on. We are here for one mission and that mission only. Our simple mission is to understand something interesting we noticed happening right behind John Mahama while he was speaking at one of his tours, but we doubt anyone noticed it.
This is what happened - a man could be spotted sitting some few steps away from the former President. For one thing, he was sitting on the floor, and for another thing, he had his jaws firmly fixed in his palm, with his eyes fixed on him (John Mahama), immersed in the speech of the former President.
What we can't comprehend which made us sad is why he was sitting on the floor and how he even thought of sitting on the floor in first place while there was an empty seat some few steps from where he was.
In any way, the man yet to be identified, will be the best person to answer these questions.
But hey, the empty seat could be that of John Mahama so there was no way he could have sat on it.
Whatever the case may be, he seemed less concerned about it, as all his efforts and concentration was directed at what John Mahama was saying, and he appeared to be interested in every word what was being said.
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