President Mahama performs

President Mahama performs "miracle" with animals at Dixcove?

President Mahama has performed what some NDC-enthusiasts are describing as a "miracle" on the last day of his campaign tour of the Western region.

During a durbar at Dixcove, a fishing community in the Ahanta West District, some animals decided to draw closer to the seating location of President Mahama and his entourage.

President Mahama performs "miracle" with animals at Dixcove?

President Mahama performs

According to a report on UltimateFMOnline.com, the security detail of the president tried shooing away the animals, only to be asked by John Mahama to desist and allow the animals to "move around".

Allow the animals to move around, they are part of us” Ohene Gyan told the publication President Mahama instructed.

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Suddenly, a hen with its chicks were also spotted. The hen suddenly rested in front of the President with one of the chicks at its back but shockingly stayed off the red carpet.

President Mahama performs "miracle" with animals at Dixcove?

President Mahama performs

Shocked and amazed at the "incident", the chiefs at the durbar allegedly stood up to witness President Mahama's "miracle".

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The UltimateFMOnline report holds that the chiefs described the occurrence as a miracle and asked, "that a special libation be poured and the talking drum beaten to thank Almighty God and their ancestors for the blessing."

The amazement of the locals reached even greater heights when a rain shower immediately stopped.

According to one of the chief’s mother who spoke to journalists around after the incident said, the same miracle happened when Nkrumah visited that land and since then, nothing of this kind has happened on the land.

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