On the former president John Mahama's tour Thank you tour he made mention that, the 2024 general is going to be 'do or die' at the various polling stations. This has caused massive reactions lately in this country.
Dennis Miracle Aboagye, who is a member of the New Patriotic Party and also communicator in NPP has told John Mahama prior to his comment at the 'Thank you tour' that, he (John Mahama) must apologize to all Ghanaians because election is Do or Do not 'Do or Die'.
According to Dennis Miracle Aboagye on UTV's morning show 'Adekye Nsroma', he revealed that, former president John Mahama shouldn't have said that, the 2024 election will be do or die because it may cause confusion between people because if there is misunderstanding at the polls it not "do or die" matter but rather "do or do".
"Ghana will not die, election is do or do not do or die. There is no system in this country which states someone has to die during elections. If you go to a polling station for counting and you don't disagree with the numbers there is a system, process and strategy within the law not die matter. And if you go to coalition center and still you don't understand the figures there is a Do not Die strategy you have to follow to get what you want" Dennis Miracle Aboagye told.
He emphasized that, what John Mahama said will only bring violence if the election doesn't go their way and urged him to retract his statement.
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