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Mahama for 2024 campaign series #12

Good evening, folks: I’m super delighted that many comrades are enjoying this series and that hundreds of them wait patiently on WhatsApp platforms around 9 p.m. every day to read my write-ups and listen to music. I’m very grateful.

A few days ago Vulture Feather appeared in my dream and whispered to me, “Afrane, my daughter” if the young man from Bole is allowed to go unopposed as flag-bearer, Yaanom will incite an injunction to stall his campaign in 2024. I said, “Eiwoo”!

I wish, therefore, to recommend that untill all presidential aspirants agree of a “No Contest” there should be a parliamentary primary election to scuttle such plans of Yaanom and also to allow some people to know their real sizes.

This will be no wahala at all, especially when many comrades are poised to support JDM’s presidential campaign financially.

I’m confident that JDM can score about 98% this time around in a flag-bearer race. Please don’t be surprised. He got close to 100% in some constituency and I’m going to produce results of the 2019 presidential primary election of two constituencies as evidence. Subsequently, from tomorrow, I will be posting results of three constituencies on a daily basis.

Ahafo Ano South

  1. John Dramani Mahama 99.16%
  2. Ekwow Spio-Garbrah 0.42%
  3. Joshua Alabi 0.28%
  4. Sylvester Mensah 0.14%
  5. Alban Bagbin 0.00%
  6. Goosie Tanoh 0.00%
  7. Nurudeen Idrissu 0.00%

Ahafo Ano North

  1. John Dramani Mahama 97.81%
  2. Alban Bagbin 1.092%
  3. Joshua Alabi 0.77%
  4. Nurudeen Iddrisu 0.22%
  5. Goosie Tanoh 0.11
  6. Sylvester Mensah 0.00
  7. Ekwow Spio-Garbrah 0.00

Now, you understand why JDM is a Wahjahka man? The Webster’s Dictionary defines wahjahka as a self-thought person who can only learn from his own experiencies.

Please enjoy “Wahjahka Man” by Jimmy Cliff.

Don’t forget to join me here between 8:40 p.m. and 9.00 p.m. everyday.. I’m going to serve you with much more succinct write-ups spiced with a cocktail of good music.

Anthony Obeng Afrane



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