In recent news, ex president and the flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) John Dramani Mahama expressed his opinion on the upcoming elections in 2024. Photo retrieved from: Google.com
In His statement, he said the upcoming election was going to be a ‘do or die’ affair. He said this as he claims the previous elections was not a fair one. He added that, Ghana is noted for peaceful elections so he didn’t react to last year’s results.
This has attracted comments from all over the country. Some people believe it was only an idiomatic expression which didn’t necessarily means he wants a war. Others lambasted him and also asked that he retrieve His statements as soon as possible.
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In recent posts, people are asking him to send his children to the polls for “the do or die” elections and that they are not ready to shed blood to make him president.
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