He advised the party to rather pitch their strength in the competition of ideas and surge forward rather than resorting to violence to resolve issues.
“Our party has stood for ideas in the beginning. Even in the difficulties days, in the early difficult days , the ideas that animated the founders of our movement which are today’s ideas and the world is caught up in their ideas that Ghana should be a democratic state, governed by the rule of law. That is what they fought for and that is what we are trying to establish today,”he said.
Adam Mahama was buried last Saturday at Bolgatanga in the Upper East region.