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Politics - September 10, 2021

‘Do or Die’ Comment: Nobody Will Die For Any Person To Become President – Charles Owusu Replies Mahama

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Charles Owusu has condemned the ‘do or die’ affair comment by Ex-President John Dramani Mahama on Akina Radio in the Bono-East Region during his ‘Thank You’ tour.

Speaking to an obviously shocked Presenter, the former President said; ”We learn from the past so we [NDC] have learned our lessons from the 2020 election. The next elections will be won or lost at the polling station”.

“If otherwise, it will be a do or die affair at the polling station. The right thing must be done. We will win our election at the polling station.”

“We will do everything to make sure the election is transparent and fair. We don’t want to cheat them, so they shouldn’t. We won’t wait for any Supreme Court, no!”

Responding to John Mahama’s comments during a panel discussion on Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’ program, the former Head of Monitoring Unit at the Forestry Commission, Charles Owusu asked him to desist from making utterances that could potentially foment mayhem.

“I don’t think anybody should entertain these statements and come to explain to us what he (Mahama) said. It’s plain language. Nobody will go into the 2024 elections to die for any person to become President in this country,” he cautioned.

He further schooled Mr. Mahama on the importance of life over death saying, “what we can’t use the money to buy, we can’t use power or money to protect it. That’s life; nothing on earth is important than it. Your legacy in the world is your life. Power doesn’t guarantee your life”.

“With all due respect, Mr. President, what you said was inappropriate,” he stressed.

Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana



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