Former President John Mahama has engaged appointees of his administration and charged them to work for unity in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) ahead of the 2020 general elections.
On Tuesday, December 11, 2018, he stormed Parliament to have a meeting with the NDC Members of Parliament who have openly declared their unflinching support for his comeback.
Before then, he paid a brief visit to the Speaker’s office, Prof. Aaron Mike Ocquaye and later met the Minority leader, Haruna Iddrissu and the Minority Chief Whip, Muntaka Mubarak to interact with them.
Speaking to the MPs, he said the NDC is keen on making history as the only political party in Ghana to reelect a former President as Head of State in 2020.
“My brothers and sisters, I believe we can make history, and that is the history of the re-election of a person who was president before. It is a rare phenomenon.
“I believe the NDC will write a page in the history books of Ghana with the reelection of a person who has been president before,” he added.
Among other things, Mahama called for a cessation to the blame game regarding the party’s 2016 defeat.
He said he was ready to support whoever emerged as flag bearer for the 2020 elections.
Below are photos of Mahama interacting with the former NDC appointees.