Following Mahama’s “do or die” statement he made in his most recent speech, some social media users descended on the flag bearer of National Democratic Congress for such a statement while others back him for saying such a thing.
While the “do or die” statement was trending heavily on twitter, one twitter user cut across a message which one may call it a piece of advice.
According the twitter user, Ghanaians should seriously save up for generators and Polytanks before they decide to vote John Mahama into power again.
Obviously this particular advice sighted on twitter is sponsored by Ex-president Mahama‘s first reign as a president in Ghana.
Well during his reign, the popular “dumsor” term was brought due to the frequent light off Ghana experienced. Moreover, there was less water in the county which led to the frequent water seize.
Clearly, due to all this reason why the twitter user advised Ghana’s to save for generators and Polytanks before they vote Mahama into power.
See screenshot of the post below.
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