- Former president Mahama has made his first comments since reaching Kenya ahead of the August 8 elections
- Mahama has revealed plans to investigate recent election violence in the country
Former president of the republic, John Mahama, has called for calm in Kenya ahead of the knife-edge elections come August 8th.
John Mahama, who is currently in Kenya as the Chairman if the Commonwealth Observer Group is thus making a case for intense investigations into the recent death of an election observer, Chris Msando, who mysteriously died in his room.
John Mahama was nominated for the role of head of election observer unit following the feat he chalked in the just ended 2016 elections were he peacefully handed over power to his fiercest contender, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo.
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