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“I Started My Military Career In Ghana”, Obasanjo Speaks On Ghana’s Upcoming Election

Former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo, has asked Ghana to ensure a peaceful, credible and transparent election in his letter addressed to the leadership of New Patriotic Party and National Democratic Congress in Ghana.

The election, which is to hold on the 7th of December 2020, made the former Nigerian President write to both parties. According to him, unity, peace and stability which has always been in the country of Ghana has to be preserved by both parties.

He also mentioned that Ghana has always been the source of peace and tranquility in the west African region of Africa and therefore, this must be preserved even unto future generations.

He stated that he is very much concerned about the Ghanian election because he is history is not completed without mentioning Ghana, where he actually began his military career, without which he would not be where he is today.

He enjoined the heads of the most prominent political parties to stand on peace even in their closed door meetings as well as avoid anything that could trigger violence in the country. He also encouraged them to lean on statesmanship throughout the electoral process, regardless of the outcome.

More importantly, he acknowledged the death of the former president of Ghana, Jerry Rawlings, also called “Junior Jesus” and sent his condolences to his wife.

See the full letter below,

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