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    ‘Congratulate Akufo-Addo and move on’ – A Plus to Mahama

    Musician cum politician, Kwame A Plus has called on the Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama to congratulate the winner of the 2020 Presidential elections, Nana Akufo-Addo.

    In a post on his Facebook wall, A Plus who has been an avouched critic of President Akufo-Addo said his admonition is the only way to achieve peace after the polls.

    A Plus campaigned vigorously for John Mahama in the elections.

    But his still thinks it would be prudent for the John Mahama to concede.

    Read his full post below:

    “Dear JDM,
    Those who care about you and your political future are those who will advise you to accept the results irrespective of what may have happened, call Nana Akufo Addo and congratulate him, take a retrospective break and make a decision for tomorrow.
    Those who give you such advice are the people you need around you right now; they are the ones you should be listening to at this moment. It may help you in the near future.
    This is just a suggestion though. You know better.
    I wish you all the best.”

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