- Former president John Mahama and his wife Lordina has struck a love pose
- The two walked holding hands together after he went to sign Rawling’s book of condolence
- Their post may help prove that they love is unshaken though Mahama was hit by the Papa No saga
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Former president John Mahama and his wife, Lordina, have given off a lovely pose in a photo they took together recently.
They were both at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC), where Mahama signed the book of condolences in memory of the late former president Jerry John Rawlings, affectionately called J.J.
As they made their way out of the centre, Mahama and his wife held each other’s hand firmly as if they were no going to let of each other.
Though they were in a mourning mood, the look on Lordina’s face does not show that she is in any way having issues with Mahama as people speculated was the case.
Their pose has triggered some reactions from Ghanaians with some admiring the former first couple.
Tilly, for instance, said she loves the way Mahama held Lordina’s hand:
tilly.babe2g: “I love the way u re holding mummy's hand.”
Daniel was being sarcastic with his comment:
daniel_yaw: “Where are the other former first ladies, Tracy, mzbel and Co. Equal opportunity for all.”
Derry plainly called Mahama “Papa No”:
_derry.kay: “Papa no.”
Meanwhile, Mahama was rocked by the Papa No saga a few months ago after Actress Tracey Boakye and signer Mzbel had a fight on social media over one NDC big man they both were sleeping with.
Outspoken NPP MP, Kennedy Agyapong, claimed that the Papa No was no other person than Mahama, narrating how Tracey blackmailed Mahama to buy her three houses.
Though Mahama has still not addressed this issue, there were widely circulated reports that Lordina had packed out of his house following the Papa No saga.
However, their love-dovey photo proves that Lordina has not packed out from their home and their love got stronger than before.
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