Ghana’s former president John Dramani Mahama has been sympathizing with Robert Mugabe, the outgoing leader of Zimbabwe.
Mugabe was forced to resign on Tuesday following a house arrest and internal wrangling within the ZANU-PF ruling party.
Mr. Mahama described how Mugabe’s 37-year era is petering out as “a sad ending for a liberation hero.”
However, in a tweet on the political situation in the southern African country, Mahama was optimistic “history will remember Comrade Mugabe kindly.”

Lawmakers roared in jubilation and people have begun celebrating in the streets over the news.
Mr Mugabe had previously refused to resign despite last week’s military takeover and days of protests.
He has been in power since independence in 1980.
What triggered the moves to oust him was his dismissal of Emmerson Mnangagwa as vice-president two weeks ago.
That decision was seen by many as clearing the way for Mr Mugabe’s wife, Grace, to succeed her husband as leader. It riled the military leadership, who stepped in and put Mr Mugabe under house arrest.