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“I accepted to lead NDC again because Ghana is in the wrong direction and needs my experience” ~ John Mahama

I accepted to lead NDC again because Ghana is in the wrong direction and needs my experience for the rescue mission’ – John Mahama

Former President John Dramani Mahama has revealed that he accepted to take the mantle to lead the opposition National Democratic Congress again to wrestle power from the ruling NPP in the 2024 General Elections because Ghana is in the wrong direction and needs his experience to come rescue her.

According to him, posterity will not forgive our generation if NDC do not win the 2024 Elections to come and correct the mess the NPP has committed and take Ghanaians out of the current hardships we find ourselves in; hence his rescue mission agenda dubbed ‘Building the Ghana We want together’.

Speaking to NDC Delegates at Techiman South Constituency the Bono East Regional capital on Friday night, former President John Mahama called for unity in the party in order to recapture the lost Parliamentary seat in 2024.

For his part, Hon. Unas Owusu affectionately called ‘Unasco’, Bono East Regional Chairman of the NDC welcoming former President John Mahama whom he calls in-law because Mrs. Lordina Mahama hails from the Bono East pledged 100% votes for him in the upcoming Presidential primaries.

Meanwhile, the former President’s tour of the Bono East Region which took him to Kintampo North and South, Nkoranza North and South & Techiman North and South on Friday continues today Saturday at the Sene East and West, Pru East and West & Atebubu/Amantin Constituencies.

Filed by; Nana Kwadwo Adu (Asta Fm) – Techiman, Bono East Region.

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