Yesterday, social media was on 'fire' as political enthusiast and generally, Ghanaians, got hold of another childhood photo of Mahama. The photo displayed that the former President John Dramani Mahama had a humble beginnings like the ordinary Ghanaians. Today, Mahama himself has reacted to the trending photo.
He disclosed that he took the photo during his secondary education when he was in form one. The settings where the photo was taken was a bush behind his alma mata, Ghanasco
Ghanaians begun asking questions about his friends who he took the photos with. Where are they now? However, this photo has answered a question Kelvin Taylor posed to Mahama.
Recall, American based Ghanaian journalist, Kelvin Taylor, dared both Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo and John Dramani Mahama to throw a party for their former class mates in order to prove that they have an academic history. Kelvin Taylor threw this dare in order to mock Nana Addo that he has no classmates.
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