‘John Mahama Should Concede Defeat And Let Peace Prevail In Ghana’ – Achipalago | Video

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Self-acclaimed leader of the youth, Dennis Anane popularly addressed as Achipalago has humbly asked John Mahama to concede defeat in the just ended 2020 presidential election to Nana Addo.


According to the King of terms in Ghana, he is for the betterment of the country and not because he is a proud supporter of the NPP or Nana Addo.

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Detailing his claims, he revealed that the series of demonstration that have been recorded in some parts of the country are not peaceful and might result to serious violent.

Currently, there have been several unrest cases by the NDC and their members which are not peacefully done.

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The recent unrest is when the NDC minority in Parliament on Tuesday 22, 2020 clashed with the police as they walked from Parliament to the Electoral Commission office.

Some of the MPs from the minority clashed with the police and broke the barricade set up by the police. According to them, the barricade was illegally set up by the police, click here to watch the video.

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These are all what entertainment critic, Achipalgo has taken into consideration to beg the NDC flagbearer to concede defeat to let peace prevail in the country.

Achipalago again advised the NDC to still maintain John Mahama as their flagbearer for 2024 during the next general elections because he has potentials of emerging as a victor.

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Sharing the video, Achipalago wrote:

John Mahama should concede defeat and let peace prevail in Ghana! 🇬🇭🇬🇭

Watch the video below: