It is a known truth that former president Mahama and president of the republic, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo have a cordial relationship.
A relationship so cordial that we barely ever see them weighing personal attacks at each other. These two political officials have contributed immensely to the peaceful elections of the country.
But in spite of their cordial relationship, the political tension in the country has convulsed both leaders to make some harsh political statements against each other's party.
Beyond this, there is no doubt in our mind that Mahama still remains a brother to Nana Addo and that he never minds speaking some truth to him.
YEN.com.gh goes into the mind of Mahama to find out some truths he is likely to tell him.
1. I will always remain your brother, politics isn't everything.
Mahama will always want to prove to Nana Addo that all comments and assertions made against the NPP government are not proof of hate and that their relationship with friends is still intact.
2. Ghanaians want to feel prosperity in their pockets
Having lost a crucial election, Mahama could definitely advise Nana Addo on the true taste of Ghanaians which could either see him win or lose an election.
3. Power isn't forever
It is said that most political leaders get drunk with power whenever they taste the sweetness of political power. But having lost the 2016 election as the first ever president to have served as a single term in the 4th republic, there is no doubt that Mahama would have some tip for Akufo Addo on how to prepare for life outside the Flagstaff House.
4. Corruption will make you weaker
With several scandals rocking the Mahama administration, there is no doubt that the NDC administration got extremely exhausted even months before the 2016 elections. This is an advice Mahama will give Nana Addo on any given day.
5. It can't be all about serving, you have a life.
John Mahama had some lovely moments while being president as he often took pictures of him either playing tennis or sipping on a glass of pineapple juice. So far, we haven't seen any such thing from Nana Addo and now, we believe, is the time for Mahama to profer some advice to the 72-year-old president.
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