Mahama considering going on a nationwide ‘thank you tour’

Mahama considering going on a nationwide ‘thank you tour’

Ex-Ghana president John Dramani Mahama is planning of embarking on a nationwide ‘thank you tour’ to show gratitude to Ghanaians.


The move is meant to thank Ghanaians for their support to the former National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidential candidate during his time as vice-president and president of Ghana.

Mahama considering going on a nationwide ‘thank you tour’

Former president John Dramani Mahama


In a statement signed by Mahama’s special aide, Joyce Bawah Mogtari, she opined that the ex-president is already planning on a date for his ‘thank you tour’.


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Sections of the statement read: “Given that the former president had always wanted to thank Ghanaians for their support and cooperation during his tenure as both Vice President and President of the Republic of Ghana, and as reiterated during the meeting he will discuss the timing of the requested Thank You Tour with the leadership of the Party.


However, the statement indicated that Mahama is not yet decided on whether to seek re-election in 2020, insisting such a decision is “premature”.


This comes after a meeting by all ten regional chairmen of the NDC, in which they reportedly endorsed Mahama and urged him to consider representing the party come 2020.

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The statement also thanked the Regional Chairpersons Caucus of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for their fraternal visit on Thursday, November 09, 2017, and also appreciate the opportunity to discuss a number of issues.

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