The studios of TV3 was refreshing and hilarious today as NPP's Kamal Deen Abdulai and NDC's Edudzi Tamakloe made an appearance on the New Day show. Johnnie Hughes started the discussion on a lighter note with the question; "Why did it take John Mahama close to 8 months before he decided to now start his thank you tour". Responding to the question, Edudzi Tamakloe factored the 2020 election petition and other inter National Democratic Congress programs as the reason why it took Mahama long before he made that decision. He went ahead to quote the situation in the Bible where Jesus healed the 12 lepers and only one of them came back to thank Jesus for healing them. In this case, Mahama is the leper.
Reacting to that, NPP's Kamaldeen hilariously stated that it is great news that one of the 12 lepers have decided to thank Ghanaians and indirectly accepting that he has lose the election; an indirect referral to John Dramani Mahama.
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