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WHY EX-PREZ. MAHAMA AND RAWLINGS DID NOT ATTEND THE 63RD INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION REVEALED.






The republic of Ghana marked 6th March 2020, 63rd anniversary of independence at the Baba Yara sports stadium in Kumasi, Ashanti Region.


Under the theme “Consolidating Our Gains”, this the first-ever Independence Day celebration in the Ashanti Region and the second in the series since the current administration started to move the yearly celebration from Accra where it has been celebrated over decades.

Conspicuously missing at the event were two of Ghana’s former Presidents, Jerry John Rawlings and John Dramani Mahama which has become a issues.
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Reports from sources close to WestAfrica24.com indicate reasons why the two former presidents were missing from the venue. Former president Rawlings decided to celebrate the anniversary with schools at Sogakofe in the Volta Region.


On the part of Mr Mahama, a private legal practitioner and a member of the NDC legal team, Edudzi Kudzo Tameklo has revealed that the flagbearer of the NDC needed to attend an equally important assignment.


He accused NPP communicators of seeking to score political points out of nothing when Mr Mahama duly notified State Protocol of his inability to honour the invitation.

“Sometimes you wonder whether the people handling State Protocol issues under Nana Addo are professionals. You are made aware of the non-attendance of a State event because the person has equally important assignment out of town but still decides to take a chair there with the name of the person on it. Then you take pictures of it. Give the pictures to your social media communicators for mischief and propaganda. When you give the serious issues of governance to clowns, this is the result. Everything is considered with the lens of mischief-making

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