It was all smiles when Former President John Mahama met three other former African Heads of State in Sierra Leone on Sunday.
The former president is currently in the West African country as the head of the Commonwealth Mission to observe general elections set for Wednesday, March 7, 2018.
As part of Mr Mahama's duties, he participated in discussions to review preparations towards the elections.
At the meeting were Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan, South Africa's Kgalema Mothlante and Liberia's Amos Sawyerr.
While Dr Jonathan is leading the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) observer mission, Mr Mothlante and Mr Sawyerr are leading the African Union (AU) and ECOWAS missions respectively.
The meeting according to Mr Mahama, "reviewed and discussed the security situation, preparations by the National Electoral Commission, concerns raised by the various political parties and their candidates and the issue of a ban on vehicular movement across the country on Sierra Leone."
After the meeting, the four former Heads of State stood before the cameras to capture some memories and they seemed very happy to have bumped into each other.
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