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Former President John Dramani Mahama paid a visit to the late John Ndebugre's residence in Accra on Saturday to express his condolences to his family. After a brief illness, the former Zebilla MP died on Friday, May 6, 2022, at his residence in Zebilla, Upper East Region.
President Mahama said in a book of condolences, "So shocked to read of your abrupt departure." You've been a father figure, a mentor, and a comrade. Your wise advise and wise comments have benefited me well in my political career. My big brother, may you rest in peace."
Mr. Mahama was accompanied by National Democratic Congress (NDC) MPs for Zebilla Cletus Avoka, Bawku West Mahama Ayariga, Builsa North James Agalga, and other NDC officials.
John Akparibo Ndebugre, 72, was a lawyer and member of parliament for Zebilla on the People's National Convention ticket (PNC). He was a former Secretary of the Provisional National Defence Council (PNDC) who afterwards became an outspoken critic of the administration.
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