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"What Do They Say They Miss About Prez. Mahama?" - Multimedia Journalist Asks -Check Some Responses

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It's been about four and a half years since President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo together with his team has been at the helm of the country's affairs after former President John Dramani Mahama was voted out of office.

It seems recent happenings in the country has caused some section of Ghanaians to remember what they used to enjoy during the tenure of the former President John Dramani Mahama. Hence, they have made calls that they wished the former president was at the helm of affairs. There are others who also believe things would have been worse if the former president was the country's leader.

In view of this, Multimedia Group, Sports Journalist Mr. Gary Al-Smith asked a question about what individuals who said they missed the former president and would want him back at the helm of affairs. The journalist asked, "The people who say they miss John Mahama, what exactly do they say they miss?"

Credit: A Plus on Facebook

Below are some responses that the post received when Mr. Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A Plus took to his Facebook page to reiterate the question of the sports journalist.

For me I would say all successive governments play its part towards the development of the country but there is always a blame game ongoing whenever one is in the opposition. I do not support recent happenings and speak against it vehemently but hope the president would stamp on his authority and enforce that things are back to normal for the betterment of country. We do not have another Ghana elsewhere.

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