Check out what Mahama said on IMF during Thanksgiving Service

John Dramani Mahama, the presidential candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has indicated that his organization will work to address the myriad of problems that are now facing the average Ghanaian.

John Mahama claims that traveling across the country in advance of the party’s primaries offered him the opportunity to learn about the challenges that Ghanaians are facing as a result of the administration of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

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Mahama and Family Thanksgiving


During his remarks at a ceremony of thanksgiving, Mr. Mahama mentioned that if the NDC is victorious in the general elections in 2024, it will be in a position to reduce the strain placed on the population.

“We give thanks to God for the blessings of travel and beg that he continue to watch after us at all times. We are confident that everything will work out for the best in God’s timing. If we had been victorious in the 2020 elections, this IMF wahala and haircut would have been on our shoulders.

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I give thanks to God that He allowed me to go throughout the country to see the struggles that our people are going through. This will prepare us to confront these issues when the favor of God finally grants us the ability to manage the affairs of this country again.

According to the candidate for the leadership of the NDC, “going round has shaken the base of the party and made it ready for what we are going to face in 2024.”

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Mahama and family thanksgiving


At the Thanksgiving service, there were a number of NDC bigwigs, MPs, and executives in attendance.

The previous party president received 98.9 percent of the votes cast in the NDC primaries, which were held for the party’s presidential and parliamentary nominations.

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Check out what Mahama said on IMF during Thanksgiving Service

Mahama said on IMF during Thanksgiving Service was in the campaign alongside a former Finance Minister, Dr. Kwabena Duffuor, and a former Mayor of Kumasi, Kojo Bonsu, until the former Finance Minister dropped out of the race a few hours before the primary elections on Saturday, May 13.

Dr. Duffuor pointed to inconsistencies in the voter register and the photo album in his argument.

Kojo Bonsu congratulated John Dramani Mahama on his victory in the party’s flagbearer election, which Mahama had won with a landslide victory, prior to a declaration being made by the Electoral Commission to certify Mahama’s victory.

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