Nations General Assembly & John Dramani Mahama

The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) is the process established in 2003 to prevent conflict diamonds from entering the mainstream rough diamond market. John Dramani Mahama (born 29 November 1958) is a communication expert, historian, writer, former Member of Parliament and Minister of State, and Vice President of the Republic of Ghana. 3.7/5

Nations General Assembly John Dramani Mahama President Mahama Atta Mills United States Foreign Policy Deputy Minister Evans Atta Mills Seth Terkper New York National Democratic Congress President Atta Mills Volta Region

President John Dramani Mahama says although the ruling National Democratic Congress’ campaign for the December 7 polls may have suffered a setback, the party will confidently win the race to the Jubilee House. The NDC’s opponents for the December 7 polls have been crisscrossing the length and breadth of the country to canvass for votes whilst the President has been attending to affairs of state outside the country. But addressing NDC supporters at the Kotoka International airport upon his arrival from the 67th United Nations General Assembly meeting in the US, President Mahama said although it was only nine weeks to the elections, he is unperturbed. According to President Mahama that NDC will rely on its numerous achievements attained within three and half years in office to seek their retention in office. Nevertheless, President Mahama stated that the party has to work hard in order to win the polls. He tasked the party supporters to “hit the ground running” since the crucial polls is only nine w ...
H.E John Dramani Mahama has assured Ghanaians in the Diaspora that he will respect and accept the results of the December 7 elections whether it favours him or not. He said his decision to contest for the presidency was inspired by his desire to continue to work for the good people of Ghana, adding that he was not bent on winning the election at all cost. “I will respect the verdict of the people of Ghana in the December election. I am not one of the people who want to win the election at all cost,” he said. President Mahama made this know when he addressed Ghanaians in New York as part of his visit to the United States of America to attend the 67TH United Nations General Assembly. President Mahama, who was endorsed as flag-bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the 2012 election following the demise of Late President Atta Mills, said the decision as to who would become the President after the December 7, 2012 election rested with God and Ghanaians. He pledged his commitment to ensure th ...
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