Gabby Otchere-Darko has, for once in a time, sided with, and applauded the words of the former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama. The duo have practically not agreed on anything or drawn out any commendations towards anything from each other or other's political divide. However, Gabby has this night commended the former president for showing the likeness of a statesman.
It came out in the news on Wednesday that the World Health Organization has finally approved a vaccine towards the eradication of malaria. The news came as a relief to many people in the country and around the continent of Africa. To add to the voices is the former president Mahama who has described this move as one that will save a lot of lives on the African continent. In Gabby's words on his social media page, he wrote "Refreshingly Statesmanlike" to back up the words of the former president. This is rarely seen as they seem to criticize each other on almost anything.
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