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Don’t vote for Mahama; he will destroy my legacy – Akufo-Addo pleads with Ghanaians

Former President John Mahama, if elected again in the general elections scheduled for December 7, 2024, will, according to President Nana Akufo-Addo, destroy his legacy.

For this reason, he has pushed Ghanaians whose names are not on the electoral roll to participate in the limited registration process being held by the Electoral Commission.

President Akufo-Addo stated the following during a rally in Dobro following his visit to Blue Skies Limited:

“This is our election year and the limited registration has started”, adding: “Anybody who hasn’t registered and is eligible should go and register”.

“This is because your right to vote is your power”, the president explained.

Additionally, the president pleaded with Ghanaians, saying, “Our task is straightforward when it comes to voting: the person I defeated and my work, since I took over, seems not to please him.”  “I cannot hand over power to such a person”, he repeated, warning: “He will destroy whatever we have done when he comes”.

“I am pleading with you to vote for the person I have worked with for the past seven and half years. I have faith in him and I know that he will come and continue the work I have begun as Dr. Mahamamudu Bawumia.”