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Mahama Encourages Hopeful Change in 2024 Ghana Elections

by Victor Adetimilehin


Former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, recently addressed a congregation in Techiman, Bono East Region, imparting a message of hope and the potential for change in the upcoming 2024 general elections. During his “Building Ghana Tour,” Mahama, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), shared his perspective on the current state of the nation and the role of Ghanaians in shaping their future.

Mahama’s tour, aimed at engaging with citizens across various communities, reflects a broader movement within Ghana to reconnect with the grassroots and understand the challenges faced by ordinary Ghanaians. His visit to the Apostolic Continuation Church was part of this effort, where he emphasized the importance of faith and resilience, especially during trying times.

Mahama criticized the current administration led by President Akufo-Addo and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the hardships experienced by many Ghanaians, particularly the youth. He observed a sense of despair among the younger generation, attributing this to the economic challenges under the current government.

His message was not just one of critique but also of encouragement. Mahama urged Ghanaians to remain hopeful and take an active role in the upcoming elections. He highlighted the power of the electorate to bring about change by making informed decisions at the ballot box.

During his tour, Mahama plans to visit key cities, towns, and villages to engage with local communities, listening to their concerns and aspirations. These interactions are pivotal in shaping the NDC’s strategy and vision for the future of Ghana.

In addition to his political agenda, Mahama emphasized the importance of gratitude and spiritual resilience. He encouraged the congregation to remain thankful and maintain their faith, even in the face of adversity.

The former president’s call for vigilance against deceitful politics resonated with many. He advised the electorate to be wary of empty promises and to learn from past mistakes, implying the need for more accountable and honest leadership.

Mahama’s tour and his message are particularly relevant as Ghana navigates complex economic and social challenges. His focus on hope, change, and active citizen participation paints a picture of a more engaged and empowered Ghanaian society, looking forward to the 2024 elections with optimism.

Source: [Daily Graphic]

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