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‘Today, Ghanaians are crying for Peace and Unity’ – John Mahama

Former President and flagbearer of the opposition NDC visited the tomb of the Late President John Evans Fiifi Atta-Mills with his running mate Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang.

The visit is to commemorate the 8th anniversary of the Late President.

Read below John Mahama tribute he posted on his social media page in honour of Atta-Mills.

“Today, Ghanaians are crying for Peace and Unity. Today, Ghanaians are crying for a nation where all the opportunities will be open to all of us and not a selected few.

Ghanaians are crying for a nation where there will be justice for all, irrespective of your political affiliation or your ethnic origin.

Today, Ghanaians are crying for a nation where all of us will be considered as citizens, United in our Diversity. Today, Ghanaians are crying for a nation where we shall all be equal before the law.

May God grant us this Peace and this Unity.

I stand today, before the tomb that holds the mortal remains of the Asomdwehene, the King of Peace, and I pledge that I will continue his fight for the Peace and Unity of this country,” Mahama writes.

Below are pictures form the commemoration;

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