-John Mahama will be in Kenya to oversee the 2017 elections there
- The choice for Mahama by the UN follows his decision to concede the 2016 elections
Former president of the republic, John Dramani Mahama, has been appointed to head a special delegation of the Commonwealth observer group to monitor crucial elections in Kenya.
John Dramani Mahama is this expected to oversee the 15-member team of observers in order to ensure that the crucial elections turn out successful and very peaceful.
The choice for John Mahama follows not just the peaceful aftermath of the 2016 elections but also Mahama’s resolve to concede defeat to his fiercest contender, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo - a decision which has seen the president gain various accolades worldwide.
John Mahama recently made the headlines after reports indicated he had brokered some energy deals for Namibia with some investors from Saudi Arabia.
An article from a Namibian news portal titled; "UAE interested in Namibian electricity sector" reveals that Mr Mahama is attracting some investors from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to invest in the Namibian energy sector.
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