He claims he was very surprised to hear such comment from a person who was once a president of the republic of Ghana. He claims he should accept he has faulted and should retract and apologize to Ghanaians.
Although the former President has boldly said he will not retract or apologize, many dignitaries and forcing him to do so, they claim, the said idiomatic expressions can incite violence amongst the youth since they can misinterpret it, he claims it is not a phrase that can incite violence but rather promote vigilance at the polling stations the next time.
The Private legal practitioner made this bold suggestions on Asaase Radio yesterday. He claims former President John Dramani Mahama should retract and apologize to all Ghanaians for the "do or die" phrase.
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