“Thank you for Giving the NDC a working majority in the next Parliament” – John Mahama thanks Ghanaians
The Presidential candidate for the opposition National Democratic Congress, John Dramani Mahama has showed appreciation to Ghanaians for voting giving the NDC the majority in Parliament.
The General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress has said that the party has obtained majority or most of the Parliamentary seats in the 7th December, 2020 Parliamentary elections.
Following the announcement made by the General Secretary of the party Mr. Johnson Asiedu Nketia that they have won majority of the Parliamentary seats, the Presidential candidate for the party has John Dramani Mahama has taken to social media to thank Ghanaians for voting for the party’s Parliamentary candidates in the country to form Majority in the next Parliament.
In a tweet on his officially verified Twitter handle, John Dramani Mahama wrote “Thank you for voting for change and giving the NDC a working majority in the next Parliament. Thank you Ghana.”
Thank you for voting for change and giving the NDC a working majority in the next Parliament. Thank you Ghana.
— John Dramani Mahama (@JDMahama) December 8, 2020
As usual, many Ghanaians reacted to the tweet made by John Dramani Mahama.
@tbyiadom1 said “I believe you have just being pushed by your Representatives to come and declare premature win so that it will seems to people that they hace cheated NDC incase the results doesnt favour NDC.”
@120teng also added that “Now that I understand that you’re not in charge of your social media handles, Because you’re not aware about what is going on in the market 🤣🤣 Woawe sei potɔɔɔɔɔɔ”
@adolphe_patrick “We are strongly behind you Mr President and together we shall work to improve the lives of our people. Welcome back to Power your Excellence @JDMahama. NDC sing Hallejuah to the Lord. The Lord is good”
@Ebochurcher3 “JM, please send different people to go out there to get you the real figures and issues at hand, those NDC executives are not telling you truth and realities on the ground, you have lost these years elections. Better luck next time.”
SOURCE : Talkingdrum.com.gh