According to Professor Ransford Gyampo, Ghanaians who supported the "all die be die" statement said by President Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo should also support the "do or die" statement said by Former President John Dramani Mahama by putting politics aside.
He first condemn the act of Ghanaian Politicians using words they claim to idioms to do their politics, he claims he was no surprise when he heard Mr. Mahama saying the "do or die" phrase because it is
the landscape of Ghana's politics.
He claims it now time politicians stop using so called idiomatic expressions in their speech.
He claims Ghanaians should not defend such statements since it can be misinterpreted.
He ended by saying "the conduct of politics in Ghana must be tampered with some principles and conscience"
He claims this type of phrase is normally misinterpreted by party opponents which is not good, he said if Ghanaians supported "all die be die" phrase, they should put politics aside and support "do or die" also.
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