Former president John Dramani Mahama, is gathering all his arsenal in ready for the 2020 electioneering period.
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According to him, if he is given the nod to lead the country for a second time, he would give Ghanaians a better life than they are currently living under the Akufo-Addo government.
On one of his visits to Sogakope, in the Volta region, he stated that he would do a lot of works in the town to give the people a better life
''Sogakofe is a the center of tourism and so we will build Cisneros road along the water so that we can have tourist resorts so that the young people in Sogakofe can find work to do in the tourist resorts, I want to give you all a better life,” he said .
The comments from the former president have generated mixed reactions from a section of the public.
While some people believed his second coming would help, others believed it would be dangerous to give him the nod.
Atibila said the former president has been missed a lot.
John said every second coming is dangerous.
Kofi also affirmed the fact that his second coming would be dangerous.
Kwabena said only Jesus can give us a better life.
Kwame said no politician in Ghana can give anyone a better life.
In other news, 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.
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