Rev Owusu Bempah Defends John Mahama, Says The ‘Do Or Die’ Comment Is Not Harmful


It might be recalled that the previous president throughout his ‘THANK YOU’ tour in Techiman said that he gained’t be taking the following election with no consideration utilizing the assertion, ‘DO OR DIE’ to make his level.

In his submission, John Mahama stated;

“I wish to state right here that the following elections could be gained or misplaced on the polling station. So on the polling station, it is going to be ‘do or die’. I’m not saying ‘all die be die’. I’m saying it is going to be ‘do or die’ as a result of the fitting factor have to be performed.”

Nevertheless, Rev Owusu Bempah is suggesting that the remark has been taken out of context including that his understanding of the idiomatic expression is that it isn’t a dangerous assertion.

He shared his ideas about John Mahama’s assertion in a current interview he had with Adom FM and in his submission, he stated;

“Even Kotoko and Hearts supporters say ‘do or die’ so I don’t imagine Mahama meant any hurt. Simply as I defended ‘all die be die’, I don’t suppose ‘do or die’ is a name to violence, he informed Accra-based radio station.”

Take heed to the audio beneath;

Audio credit score: JoyNews/AdomNews


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