We’ll sustain the ‘unmatched’ legacy of late Rawlings – Mahama vows

Former President John Dramani Mahama has revealed plans that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to sustain the legacy of the late Jerry John Rawlings.

The NDC leader believed that their party founder, late Rawlings has left behind an unmatched legacy that should be protected and sustained.

On this background, the former president has made a passionate appeal of unity among members of the National Democratic Congress.

Mahama said;

“Boss” – you may be gone but your memory will continue to inspire countless generations of Ghanaians to challenge the status quo and use their non-conformism to spur societal progress. You were and remain the soldier of a lifelong and restless quest for freedom and justice.”

“For those of us the comrades you’ve left behind, it is time to close ranks and collectively work to guarantee the unity and survival of your party NDC as a vehicle that entrenches your memory and legacy for posterity”.

The late Rawlings died on November 12, 2020, after a short illness, and was buried on January 27, 2021, at the Military cemetery in Accra.

Source: www.Ghface.com