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“NPP lack wisdom so maybe they went for some” – Ghanaians react as Gabby Otchere Darko visits Mahama

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“NPP lack wisdom so maybe they went for some” – Ghanaians react as Gabby Otchere Darko visits Mahama

Ghanaians have reacted after Ghanaian popular politician Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko met former President John Dramani Mahama yesterday, December 22, 2021.

Ghanaians don’t understand why these two politicians have to meet in the first place and what they even discussed.

Former President John Dramani Mahama took to his social media page and announced their meeting and what they discussed.

In his own words:  “I received Mr. Gabby Otchere Darko, at his request, at my residence on Tuesday 21st December 2021. Among the issues we discussed was the desire of Ghanaians to see the two major political parties working together for the interest of the nation.

We discussed, also, how dialogue can be deployed to ensure Parliamentary issues are agreed upon consensually before coming on the floor to avoid what happened recently in the House.
We further discussed opening channels of communication between the leaders of the two parties including a possible meeting with the President at a future date.”

Check some comments below:

@kwakurafiki2 – John Mahama met Gabby. If you talk p3 ……

@teri_devon – John Mahama didn’t meet gabby, gabby went to meet him but point is there was a meet up & that’s worrying.

@GbaligonR – There is nothing wrong with JM meeting Gabby upon his request. They might be political opponents but a genuine man like JM will even meet Nana Addo upon his request. They are not enemies just that the NPP lack wisdom so maybe they went for some

@William47704073 – The most competent President, Nana Addo sent @GabbyDarko to meet the incompetent H.E. John Mahama, on his behalf, for consultation on how to manage the deplorable economy. Now, between the two, who is competent and who’s incompetent? Mo b3 ka nokware.

Source: Docupdates.com

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