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Central region was blamed when we lost the elections: Mahama speaks about the 2020 general elections

John Mahama has toured the central region after visiting several other regions in the country. Mahama is not interested in who did and who did not vote for him.

His interest is in who is ready to support the JM brand right now and that is what matters. This is probably the reason why we are seeing what we are seeing today.

John Mahama during his tour to central region was dedicated at his task for visiting this region. One of the most welcoming visitings were seen in the central region.

The central region and their chiefs warmly welcomed the former president and his vice and this gave an indication of the kind of love that persists for the Ndc from this region.

Mahama outlined one very important messages to the people of cape. During his visit, he revealed that most of the projects from the central region and the infrastructure we see there today is not because the Ndc want to win their seats in the central region.

He revealed that the reason why the central region heavily benefited from the Ndc was because a survey by the Ndc party after they came into power revealed that the central region was one among the many regions that needed immediate help and attention.

The government under the Npp shunned the central region, most of their projects were directed at some other places when the economic state of the central region was really suffering.

Mahama said, when we lost the elections, central region were blamed for the for this but that isn’t it. The reason why Mahama claims the Ndc lost was because of the kind of game the opposition party was playing during the election.

Mahama during his interview on cape 93.3 fm also made it a point to thank all other Ghanaians who have supported him and his vision for this country.

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