NPP's Charles Owusu has criticized former President John Mahama and all those supporting him on his "do or die" comment at a radio station in Techiman. In an interview at Peace FM, Charles Owusu said nobody should support the former president on his statement and try to justify his claims. He added that nobody should die for someone else to become president.
An opposition leader can make suggestions on things that might not have gone well in the previous election and state measures on how they can come back to win but not to claim death on people, he added.
Charles Owusu mentioned that if it were the like of Sammy Gyamfi who had made such a statement, he would not have been much surprised and he would have considered that as youthful exuberance, but not a former president making such statements on nationwide platforms. He mentioned that the former President should have some respect for Ghanaians and it will be very childish for someone to die for another person to become President.
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