The managing editor of the Insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Junior has indicated that he is very surprised that the same people who were happy defending the ”all die be die” comment passed by the then candidate Akufo-Addo prior to the 2016 elections are busily criticizing Ex-President John Mahama’s ”do or die” comment.
According to Ghanaontheglobe.com reports, Kwesi Pratt Junior who is flabbergasted by what looks as a crucifixion of the former president for making the ‘do or die’ comment, the ace writer indicated that both ‘all die be die’ and ‘do or die’ are of no different so people should not hail the former against the latter.
On Tuesday, 7th September, 2021, Former President John Mahama during an interview on Akan FM in the Bono East region indicated that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will not take chances with the 2024 elections insisting polling stations will be “do or die” affair.
Speaking on Metro Tv’s ‘Good Morning Ghana’ with Randy Abbey, Kwesi Pratt Junior indicated that he won’t pronounce judgement on the ‘do or die’ comment but he is against the fact that people who hailed Akufo-Addo’s ‘all die be die’ are now criticizing John Mahama’s ‘do or die’ comment.
As sighted by Ghanaontheglobe.com Kwesi Pratt Junior stated,
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”Is it not strange that those who vehemently defended ‘all die be die’ are condemning ‘do or die’…the then candidate Akufo-Addo says that it will be ‘all die be die’ and then he proceed that as for we Akans, people think that we are cowards and then he goes on to say that all of us are men and we all have two balls and then we have former President John Mahama who says that in 2024 is going to be ‘do or die’ and then he says that when i say ‘do or die’ I don’t mean ‘all die be die’ what i want to happen is that nobody should be cheated, we don’t want to cheat NPP and we don’t wont NDC also to be cheated.
What i find surprising is that the people who defended ‘do or die’ today saying that there is so much wrong with ‘do or die’, as i said earlier am not going to go there but what is important for every Ghanaian is that the people’s will must prevail at the end of every election….”