The former president of the republic of Ghana Mr. John Dramani Mahama and the current flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party has had a program commemorating those who died during the 2020 general elections.
During his speech, John Dramani Mahama explained the incidence that it was horrible and tough for him to believe and also he was in divided attention.
John Mahama said on 21st September, 2020. I was on my way to have a rally towards the general elections when one of my team members and told him that security personnels have badged into their rally when some have been injured, some have died and have been sent to the hospital at Adwira in the Ashanti region. I panicked and was totally confused when I saw the blood flowing down from then.
I promised that those who killed the innocent campaigners will not go scott free because we have law in the country that protect every soul. Although I'm not in power but what I'll do will shake everyone to know that I'm a man of my words. John Dramani Mahama said.
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