Source: starrfmonline. com - The former President, John Dramani Mahama has waded into the controversial debate of whether Dr. Kwame Nkrumah is the founder of Ghana.

According to the former President, Nkrumah’s struggle to attain Independence for Ghana cannot be erased stating that Nkrumah is to Ghana as Jesus Christ is to Christianity.

Source: atinkaonline. com - President John Dramani Mahama seems to have put a stone in the works of those clamouring for him to contest for the 2020 slot of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). Speaking to a group of close associates, the President said whilst he is humbled, he has decided not to consider putting himself up for the NDC’s 2020 slot.

“Ladies and gentlemen, if we all don’t do some careful introspection and openly show remorse for the betrayal of the people’s trust, we might recover in time for the next elections.” 
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Source: 3news. com - Former President Jerry John Rawlings has lashed out at the present crop of leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), wondering how he has been made a “scapegoat” for the massive defeat the party suffered in the December 7 elections. 

He has, therefore, called for “some careful introspection” in order to get the party he founded back on track before the next general elections. 

Source: atinkaonline. com - Former President Goodluck Jonathan has congratulated Nana Akufo-Addo for winning Wednesday's election.
He also urged the president-elect to appreciate the great strides and achievements of President John Mahama.

Mr Jonathan made the statements on his Facebook wall shortly after Nana Akufo Addo was declared President-elect.
Below is the full statement: 

Source: classfmonline. com - National Chief Imam Sheikh Dr Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu has lauded President John Dramani Mahama for his leadership and the role he played in ensuring that the December 7 polls ended peacefully.

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Source: citifmonline. com - A three-time contender for Ghana’s Presidential seat, Nana Akufo-Addo has been named the President-elect of the country after a historic poll in the country. 

Akufo-Addo polled 5,716,026 of votes representing 53.85 percent against his fiercest rival and incumbent President, John Dramani Mahama’s 4,731,277 votes. 

The son of a former President of Ghana (ceremonial 1969 – 1972), he was born in Accra some seventy-two years ago in Nima, a surburb of Accra. He started his education at the the Government Boys School, Adabraka – Accra, and later at the Rowe Road School, now known as Kinbu Secondary Technical School also in Accra.