- Farida Mahama, the daughter of former president Mahama, has spoken about how she feels about negative comments about her father
- Farida merely commented: “Sometimes we move” in a question and answer session with her fans
- Her response indicates that she is sometimes hurt by the negative news about her father
- She said she is not interested in any politics and never aspires to be a politician
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The daughter of former president Mahama, Farida Mahama, has opened up on how she feels anytime a negative comment is made about her father.
One fan asked her during a question and answer session on Instagram if she feels hurt about the negative comments made about her father.
Her simple answer was “Sometimes we move”.
Farida’s response could also mean that sometimes she is hurt and even goes to the extent of crying.
She shared this on her Instastories, where she answered more questions posed at her by the fans.
Another person asked if she aspires to be a politician in the future, but her answer was no. Farida said she is not interested in politics and never aspires to be a politician.
Yet again, another fan asked to know why Farida is not interested in politics and got the answer: “I just have no interest in politics”.
Meanwhile, Farida seems to be a fun-loving girl as she was seen dancing together with her big brother Sharaf in a video published earlier by YEN.com.gh.
The two danced and made merry till Farida’s head hit Sharaf’s ending their dance.
Her father has trended in the news following the Papa Nu saga started by musician Mzbel and Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye.
The two women went berserk and insulted themselves on social media over an NDC sugar daddy they were allegedly dating.
Kennedy Agyapong claimed that the man was no other person that John Mahama, whom he claimed, bought a house for Tracey Boakye in East Legon.
Boakye has, however, rejected Agyapong’s claims saying she has nothing to do with the former president and that he and his family should be left alone.
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