Buhari, Jonathan to speak in Ghana over Election

Ahead of its 2016 general elections, Ghana’s Parliament is considering turning to two Nigerian presidents to speak to the nation.

The forthcoming Ghanaian general election has been marked out by political analysts as the most crucial contest yet, hence the need to invite President Muhammadu Buhari and former president Goodluck Jonathan who have been in the eye of the storm.

Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho, said the Nigerian leaders will be instrumental in diffusing the election tension in Ghana.

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