The hustle and struggle for power in Ghana is really real and we’re approaching the season where electorates are going to be hailed, pampered and lied to—in the name of votes and power.
I still remember all the sugar-coated promises President Nana Addo made to Ghanaians and his struggle as a candidate in 2016 during the election campaigns, it was never easy.
Finally, Nana Addo unseated John Mahama and sent him and his NDC back to opposition, where they rightly belong.
In 2020, John Mahama again will battle it out with Nana Addo or whoever becomes NPP’s flag bearer and already, the struggle for that huge seat at the flagstaff house is ongoing—with Mahama doing ‘everything’ possible to win the hearts of electorates.
On Saturday, he was in the news for coming down to the level of Ghanaians by clearing weeds in front of the newly built Military cemetery in Ghana. Yes, he came as low to the level of ordinary Ghanaians.
Another photo of John Mahama welding at a workshop has surfaced on the Internet, the man is really serious about unseating incumbent President Nana Addo and his NPP in 2020.
These are political gimmicks but trust me, the electorates would fall deep for it and make decisions in the ballot box based on these gimmicks.
John Mahama, from weeding to welding? Ghanaian politicians are really professional politicos.