The Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and former president of the republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has recently disclosed a picture of his past which is currently surfing online and had tongues ragging.
This momentous picture was taken when he was the Minister of communications (1998-2001) as indicated on the picture, during the NDC government.
"Still Handsome President" as commented by kumpong_gh on IG, indeed is very obvious.
Other social media users also ragged their tongues with positive words whiles others condemned him, due to the fact that most Ghanaians are "blindly" partisan and as such judge accordingly regardless the vivid fact.
"You were fresh o" as also reacted by haf.sssahh.
"You Chop all this positions you still not satisfy" by dece.nt602.
"Life is beautiful when you look back" by dada_sovoo
"Man fine longest" by msnanacy_sc
"Father of generations, proud of you as leader" by naybilli
"The Young Shall Grow. Ma Sha Allah" by wuntia_.
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