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Mahama Praises Electoral Commission And Makes These Interesting Points

John Mahama has praised the electoral commission. Speaking on a Ugandan television station on a program called face off, the former president spoke very well and made some valid points about elections in this country and about the electoral commission. Ghana has been conducting elections and making democratic choices when it comes to elections for so many years. From 1992, the country has conducted elections and this has developed from metallic ballot boxes to transparent boxes and all of these were addressed by Mahama.

Mahama revealed that he had contributed immensely to the Ghanaian economy through experience and governance and his works are present till date to account for these works from him and his people from the Ndc. Mahama whiles applauding the country’s growth revealed that the economy of Ghana is one of the most stable economies and as at now, there are many economies who are trying their best to imitate the stable economy of Ghana.

He stated that the electoral commission of Ghana is one of the best and most credible and they have delivered over the past few years and are good at what they do. This raised some criticizing comments from viewers who feel Mahama and his government or the Ndc party should not have ranted about the elections if he thought this was the truth about the electoral commission. Mahama went ahead to speak about developments over the past few years and how certain decisons hve affected the country and its growth. Mahama seems to be making more and more public declarations about his visions, his works and many other contributions and the Ndc seem poised for action as well as positioned for an advantage in the coming elections. The members of Npp however are also very positive about similar victory and it is up to Ghanaians to decide on the d-day.

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