Elections might not be peaceful - Rawlings reveals

Elections might not be peaceful - Rawlings reveals

Ghana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings has expressed fears  over the outcome of the  that the November  7 presidential and parliamentary elections.

Elections might not be peaceful - Rawlings reveals

In a meeting with the immediate past president of Namibia, Hifikepunye Pohamba Mr. Rawlings opined that despite the vigilance of the people and the determination of the law enforcement agencies which are key to the success of the elections the much awaited elections may prove complex than first thought.

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“We are not unknown for ensuring peaceful elections but this year’s might prove to be a little complex; that is why we are all praying,” President Rawlings said.

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The former Namibian leader will deliver the fourth in the Africa Leadership Lecture series of the UDS under the theme ‘Genesis and Trajectory of Contemporary Africa Leadership’, on April 27, 28, and 29. He will be decorated with an Honorary Doctorate Degree on Friday, November 29, 2016. Present at the meeting were Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, UDS Vice Chancellor Professor Gabriel Ayum Teye and the Namibian Ambassador to Ghana, Charles Josob.

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