Former President John Dramani Mahama over the weekend paid a courtesy call on the Archbishop of Tamale, Most Reverend Philip Naameh, who is also the President of the Catholic Bishops Conference. He revealed this in a post on his official Facebook page.
Former President Mahama was accompanied by the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu and former Chief of Staff Julius Debrah.
The courtesy call of the former President comes in wake of an ongoing brouhaha surrounding the construction of the National Cathedral. The Cathedral Project has brought some most revered pastors name to public scrutiny.
John Mahama is yet to make a public statement on whether he supports the national cathedral or not.
People has reacted to the pictures shared by JM. A user wrote
"His Excellency you are our only hope and the best Man to rescue us in the hands of descendants of nation wreckers.
Some also said that he is the last man protecting the clergy that is why John Mahama paid a courtesy call to him.
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