It has emerged clearly that, not all members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) are amused at the former President's commentary, that suggested that, the 2024 general election is going to be battled violently. This is because, a senior member of the party, and a former finance minister, Dr. Kwabena Duffour has expressed a contrary view on John Mahama's 'Do or die' comment.
Those who forfeit school early do not understand do-or-die, search for it in the dictionary- Mahama.
One of the things going viral all over social media and other platforms is the comment His Excellency the former president said on Tuesday, 7th September, 2021. John Dramani Mahama on the second phase of his thank you tour made a comment ahead of the 2024 general election which is not yet to be held.
Ghanaians may take Mahama's "do or die" comment out of context and misbehave in 2024 - Johnny Hughes
Ghanaians have been divided over the latest comment made by former president John Dramani Mahama on his nationwide thank you tour. Newspapers and social media have been ringing with indignation about the comment, which has gained attention from most Ghanaians over the past hours. Former President John Dramani Mahama made a comment about the National Democratic Congress's preparations towards the 2024 next general elections.
Wednesday, 8th September 2021 Trending news in Ghana today is a statement by former President Mahama to the effect that, election 2024 will either be won or lost at the polling stations. Speaking at Akina FM yesterday monitored by CitizenOne, Mr. Mahama observed that the previous elections thought his party a lot of lessons and they will use the lessons learnt in subsequent elections.
Former President John Mahama , during his recent ‘thank you’ tours in the Bono Region of Ghana, was heard using the term ‘do-or-die’ in his speech; similar to that of the well known ‘all-die-be-die’ comment made by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, when he was in opposition.
Chief executive officer of the Royal Jones Films Social media influencer, Twene Jonas has reacted to Former President John Mahama's Do-or-Die comments. The Former President speaking on Techiman-based Akina FM on Tuesday, September 7, 2021,as part of his thank-you-tour indicated that the 2024 election would be a do-or-die affair at the polling stations.
It has been less than a week when Mahama, during his "Thank You" tour in the Bono East Region indicated in a radio interview that the 2024 election is going to be a do-or-die affair. He indicated that the National Democratic Congress has learned a lot of lessons with happenings in the 2020 elections and therefore would do all it takes to ensure that the right things are done.
The member of Parliament for the Tamale North Constituency, Honorable Alhassan Sayibu Suhuyini has brilliantly jumped into the defense of a statement by former President Mahama that has attracted widespread criticisms. Former President John Dramani Mahama is currently on a "Thank You" tour across the country and on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, he was in the Bono East to express his gratitude to the people of the region.
Last year H.E President Akufo-Addo won a second term with only a small majority in parliament. But the Ghanaian leader has since been under pressure as the West African country struggles with economic troubles worsened by the coronavirus pandemic With the economy hit hard by the pandemic, the Ghanaian government has introduced new taxes and high fuel prices have also hiked the cost of some basic goods and services.
Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah has defended former President John Dramani Mahama for the first time over his controversial "Do or Die" comment during his Thank You tour, which has surprised several NDC members. In an interview with Techiman-based Akina FM on Tuesday, September 7, the NDC flagbearer declared the 2019 general elections to be a "do-or-die" affair, citing events surrounding his defeat in the last elections.
Frank Annoh-Dompreh criticised former President John Dramani Mahama for saying that the general elections in 2024 will be a do-or-die event. Mr Annoh-Dompreh called the remarks made by the NDC presidential candidate in last year's elections reckless. Mr Mahama said the NDC had learned the lessons from the national elections in 2020.
The 2020 Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, has stated that his party will be more watchful at the polls during the 2024 general elections. During his 'Thank You' trip to the Bono East Region, the former President claimed on Akina FM, a local radio station in Techiman, that the NDC won the 2020 legislative and presidential elections but was robbed of victory.