The Director of Operations at the Presidency, Lord Commey, recently made some comments which most people regarded as a threat to Ghana's democracy. He made those comments at their annual regional delegates conference. He explained that he will choose power over any other thing any day. One notable thing he said was that the NPP is and will never ready to hand over power come 2024.
Today, Former President John Dramani Mahama reacted to that comment during an interview with Volta based radio channel, Global FM. Mahama lamented on how people like Lord Commey in the NPP are destroying the democracy in the country. He explained that the NPP have developed the culture of not listening to the sovereign will of the people. He disclosed that he could have chosen not to hand over power to Nana Addo but he peacefully handed over the same way Rawlings and Kuffour did. Mahama stated emphatically that the NPP is abusing power and that Nana Addo was content with that. If not, then he expects Nana Addo to punish them.
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