Former President John Dramani Mahama has advised Ghanaians to maintain hope in their nation, pointing out that in the general elections of 2024, they will have the chance to replace the people running the economy.
He claimed that a great deal of Ghanaians are suffering greatly as a result of the Akufo-Addo-led New Patriotic Party (NPP) government.
Many of the young people he had spoken to across the nation, he claimed, had lost faith in their nation.
On Sunday, November 19, 2023, the former President spoke to the members of the Apostolic Continuation Church in Techiman, in the Bono East Region.
John Dramani Mahama, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) flag bearer, visited the church and joined them in prayer while he was in the area on his “Building Ghana Tour.”
In order to engage Ghanaians and revitalize the NDC in preparation for the 2024 presidential campaign, the NDC leaders launched the “Building Ghana Tour.”
Mr. Mahama uses the Building Ghana Tour as a forum to engage with NDC supporters and sympathizers as well as Ghanaians from all areas of life.
He will visit significant cities, towns, and villages as part of the tour, engaging the local populace and listening to their worries, perspectives, and hopes for a prosperous Ghana.
Additionally, Mr. Mahama advised Ghanaians to always give thanks to God, no matter what obstacles they may face.
On the other hand, he cautioned Ghanaian voters to vote against dishonest politicians who make attractive promises but then break them.
“Let us learn from our mistakes and vote wisely,” he said in Twi, adding, “I’m aware of what every Ghanaian is going through. The hardship is unbearable.”