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We will resist any attempt to rig election 2024 – Mahama

John Mahama, the flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has declared that his party and Ghanaians will resist any attempt to rig the 2024 election.

“According to him, the NDC is winning the election for Ghana, not just for the party itself.

The former President made this statement during the burial mass for the late Ambassador John Akologu Tia in Tongo, in the Talensi district of the Upper East Region (UER), on Saturday.

“The reverend father spoke about the upcoming elections, and because John was a true party man, I’ll allow myself to be a bit political,” he said.

“We are determined to win this election—not for ourselves, not for the NDC, but for Ghana.

“This election is a contest between Ghana and the NPP, not between the NDC and the NPP, because we need to reset our nation. We need to rescue our nation from the crisis into which it has been plunged by the NPP administration,” stated the former President.

He continued, “We expect the elections to be peaceful because we are confident of our victory. If there is going to be violence, it will not come from us, the NDC.

“But I implore our Reverend Fathers: when you preach about peace, also preach about justice, because there can be no peace without justice.

“We are advocates for peace, but we will resist any attempts to rig this election. I assure the Reverend Father that we will play our part to ensure a free, fair, and transparent election. And we believe that God will rescue our country from the crisis we currently face.”

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Mr. John Dramani Mahama, accompanied by the NDC National Chairman Johnson Asiedu Nketia, members of the NDC Council of Elders, current and former members of parliament, national, regional, and constituency executives, and supporters of the NDC, attended the burial mass for the late Ambassador John Akologu Tia at Tongo in the Talensi district of the UER on Saturday.

The late John Tia was a former MP for Talensi, a former Minister for Information, and a former Ambassador to Cuba.

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