Lawyer Maurice Ampaw speaking live on Wontumi Television last night, warn Ghanaians never to make a mistake by voting for His Excellency The Former President John Dramani Mahama in the coming elections. Lawyer Maurice Ampaw further provided quotations from the scriptures to tell Ghanaians to trust and hope in God in situations when things are difficult in the country.
According to Lawyer Maurice Ampaw, Former President John Dramani Mahama cannot do anything better for Ghanaians when he is voted into office again as the President of the Republic of Ghana. Lawyer Maurice Ampaw added that, even when Mahama is voted into office as the president, he has only four years for his tenure to expire and he cannot do anything better for Ghanaians in the period of four years.
"Ghanaians must be very careful about how some party gurus are branding John Mahama as an angel and Saviour to our economy. Please do not make the mistake by voting for John Dramani Mahama in 2024 elections. He cannot do anything in the period of four years in office". - Lawyer Ampaw stated.
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