This was what John Mahama said barely 24hours to exit power

John Dramani Mahama
John Dramani Mahama

Former President John Dramani Mahama shared a key worth noting message in his last State of Nation Address in Parliament.

Barely 24hours to exit power, John Dramani Mahama in his last State of Nation Address in Parliament house, has elaborated on the activities and projects his office has done for mother Ghana with his four year in government as President.

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John Mahama stated in his address about the works the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government has done for the Education Ministry.

He said, under his government, the Ministry saw infrastructural development projects which made enrollment number hiked.

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“As I have said before, I will allow history to be the judge of how I have served our nation, how well I have done my part in running my lap of the relay,” He recalled.

“What that verdict will ultimately be, I cannot say. I can only say that I have done my best, given my all and done so with the best intentions for my country, our country,” He added.

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In his delivery, he admitted the power shortage/crisis that affected the economy drastically. Subsequently, he reminded the house about their energy self sufficiency solution they (NDC) had and used to elevate the country from the power crisis (Dumsor)

In the house, he made the popular quote “posterity will judge.” To explain his words, he attributed it to the fact that, he has done the needed in his capacity since it wasn’t crystal clear for the NPP to accept.



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