Mahama Clears The Air, Says He Doesn’t Hate Jean Mensah

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John Dramani Mahama of NDC fame has stated categorically that he doesn’t hate the Electoral Commission boss, Jean Mensah.

In the voice of Mahama, he only criticises her to push her to do the right thing ahead of the December 2020 polls.

Speaking at Abura in the Central region as part of his campaign tour, the former president noted that the EC have committed several flaws in the buildup to the elections and so there’s the need to call them to order.

He cited missing names in the voters’ register, mistakes in names of registrants adding that the EC even goes the extent of treating the Inter-party Advisory Committee (IPAC) like an enemy.

Mahama noted that Ghana is the standard when it comes to elections in Africa, therefore, the NDC cannot watch on for Jean Mensah and her team to lead the country into a ditch.

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