Social Media has went on an uproar after a video of Ex President John Dramani Mahama went viral. In the video sighted by TheProgrammeNews, the Ex President stated emphatically that the 2020 election results they were cheated and for the upcoming election in 2024 it will be "do or die" affair. He made this statement on Akina Radio which is in Bono Region.
Ghanaians have expressed their honest opinions about it. Earlier today, popular cartoonist Tilapia has dropped an artwork which many people have reacted to. In the artwork, John Dramani Mahama is seen in a "soldier uniform and so as the Electoral Commisioner, Madam Jean Adukwei Mensa.
See picture of the artwork;
After dropping this funny artwork, a lot of Ghanaians have reacted to this in a grand style. Let us see some reactions from Ghanaians;
What do you think about this news? Do you think what Ex Pres John Dramani Mahama said is good? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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