- Mahama has re-affirmed his belief that it was good for the NDC to have been voted out of power in 2016
- According to Mahama it was to enable Ghanaians to appreciate the good work his administration did while in power
- He added that experiences individuals go through, helped in shaping them into better people and to face better experiences
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Former president John Dramani Mahama has re-affirmed his belief that it was good for the National Democratic Congress(NDC) to have been voted out of power in 2016.
This according to Mahama was to enable Ghanaians to appreciate the good work his administration did while in power.
As reported by Classfmonline.com, Mahama stated that there is extreme hardship under the current NPP administration and Ghanaians would not have known the difference if NDC in 2016.
Speaking at the 100-year anniversary of the E.P Church at Dabala, Mahama said sometimes when God makes us go through hardship he has a purpose for it.
“We lost in order that we will continue to have a peaceful country and then secondly, because God wanted us to appreciate what NDC was doing. If NDC had not lost, it will be what we call ‘tragedy of the unlived experience’.
He added that experiences individuals go through, helped in shaping them into better people and to face other experiences.
“If you don’t live through an experience, you’ll always say to yourself that ‘if I had done this, this would have happened,’ he said.
In other news, former president John Dramani Mahama says he is the reason why Ghana’s economy is considered as fast growing in the world.
According to the NDC flag bearer, the Akufo-Addo administration is only reaping from his government’s “hard work”.
Addressing party folks in the UK, Mahama said the growth achievement which is being "trumpeted" by the Akufo-Addo government, came about as a result of his administration's sterling performance in office before the current government took over.
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