The phrase "do or die" by Ex President John Dramani Mahama which escalated a lot of comments from people all over Ghana. Most people condemned the words of the Ex President as many also praised him for uttering such a brave word.
When we thought, many people are not in support of what John Dramani Mahama said, a survey conducted by GhanaWeb has proven otherwise. According to results of the survey, many Ghanaians are in full support of what Ex President John Dramani Mahama said on Akina Radio in Bono Region. About 76.43% of the people who voted claim they are in support of the "do or die" comment, 22.56% of the people also said "No" whilst 1.01% remain indifferent. Indifferent means they are not in support of either "yes" or "no".
See picture of the survey below;
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