Mahama sworn in as Ghana's new president
ACCRA, July 24
ACCRA, July 24 (Reuters) - John Dramani Mahama was sworn in as Ghana's new president on Tuesday, hours after John Atta Mills, the country's leader, unexpectedly died at a hospital in the capital, Accra.
A Reuters journalist in parliament said Chief Justice Theodora Georgina Wood swore in Mahama, who will complete Mills' term that was due to expire at elections in December.
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