President John Dramani Mahama who has less than 24-hours to exit power has stated that he will allow history to be the judge of his administration and the attendant good works it came along with.
The president delivered his last state of the nation address to parliament yesterday but said he has served his nation and served it well touting his achievements for doing what he described as his best.
On his official facebook page he stated “It has been a rare honour and privilege for me to serve my country in the highest office as President. It has been a worthwhile journey. And let me seize the opportunity to thank God for his grace and to the good people of Ghana for the opportunity to serve.
As I have said before, I will allow history to be the judge of how I have served our nation, how well I have done my part in running my lap of the relay. What that verdict will ultimately be, I cannot say. I can only say that I have done my best, given my all and done so with the best intentions for my country, our country”