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Ex-President John Mahama Is Back With Sharing Money On His Campaign Trail

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When Ex-President John Dramani Mahama last went on the campaign trail, one thing he was seen doing quite often was sharing money.

During the 2016 election campaign, he was seen sharing money in a market in Accra to some traders and he was also seen to have given a northern regional chief a bundle of cash after attending an event.

Now, those are the instances when a camera recorded the ex-president giving out money, there is no telling what was done in camera.

Moreover, other candidates just like him may have also done same… we’re pretending to be naive here…

But it seems dashing money on a campaign trail is something John Mahama can’t stop doing.

The Ex-President is one of many NDC high profile personalities who are campaigning for the flagbearer position to lead their party into the 2020 General Elections.

However, as he is launching a comeback, he is falling back to old ways though he seems to have changed who he gives the money to.

While at a campaign event in the Ashanti Region, the Ex-President dashed a child, who obviously doesn’t have a vote in the NDC election, GHS 20.

 

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Gave the little boy Ghc20 and he asked me to put it in his pocket

A post shared by H.E. John Dramani Mahama (@dramani_mahama1) on

We bet that was one happy little boy, but we also hope he doesn’t go a step further by spreading cash to delegates.

…here’s to hoping for the best!

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