Former president John Mahama is leaving no stone unturned as he is putting in a lot of hard work to return to power.
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On Monday, December 7, 2020, Ghana will be going to the polls to re-elect or vote for a new President and also elect Members of Parliament.
One of the presidential candidates who is eyeing a return to the big seat is Mahama.
Ahead of the election, Mahama has made many promises but whether Ghanaians will bring him back to power is another thing.
Mahama has been in politics for the past 30 years and has got a strong family behind him.
The 60-year-old former leader has a beautiful and energetic wife called Lordina.
Mahama and Lordina have been married for the past 20 years and they have five children.
They are Shafik Mahama, Shahid Mahama, Sharaf Mahama, Jesse Mahama and, Farida Mahama.
Mahama was president of Ghana from 2012 to 2016. He failed to recapture power in 2016 when he lost to Akufo-Addo.
Meanwhile, Mahama has said if Ghanaians give him a second chance at the presidency, he will deliver since he has done it before.
According to him, he is definitely not a daydreamer like others think he is but rather he is a builder with a vision for Ghana and the best possible team to help him deliver his mission.
Mahama made this known while answering a question from a lady on his HardTalk series about whether or not his promises were mere dreams.
His HardTalk series, is an interactive social media session, that seeks to engage several people on the various policies of the NDC.
In other news, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has announced another prayer and fasting five days to the much anticipated December 7 general elections.
Codenamed ‘the final onslaught’, the event would be held from Thursday, December 3 to Saturday, December 5, 2020, dedicated to seeking God’s mercies and guidance in the December elections.
“As we inch towards a very crucial and concluding stage of the electioneering process, it is imperative that as a Party, we call once again for God’s intervention to buttress our hard work and determination to secure a resounding victory," National Chairman, Ofosu Ampofo said in a statement."
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