John Dramani Mahama is a former President of the Republic of Ghana. He lost the 2016 and 202o elections to his bitter political rival and incumbent President Akufo-Addo. Though the 2020 elections are gone, John Mahama has failed to accept the results of the elections. He calls the election as flawed and biased to favor the incumbent.
John Mahama in the past weeks toured parts of the Northern part of Ghana to thank Ghanaians for the support they showed him in the last election. Indeed, not many expected John Mahama to pull over 6 million votes. In a post of Facebook, a question was posted on what Ghanaians missed about their former president.
Interestingly, there were mixed reactions with the partisan nature of Ghanaians being put to display. Some argued that Ghana has not had any true president since John Mahama left office while others insisted that Ghanaians will not remember him for anything good. Be that as it may, John Mahama has made his impressions in Ghana. As to whether he comes to power again or not, time will tell.
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