Former President John Dramani Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will lose the general elections in 2024, according to Ernest Owusu Bempah, the NPP’s deputy director of communications.
He claimed that Mr. Mahama had no superior performance records while in government on which the Ghanaian people would base their decision to re-elect him.
Speaking to media in Accra, Mr. Owsus Bempah emphasized that the NDC will not prevail in the upcoming general elections by recalling the power outage, the termination of teacher and nursing trainee allowances, and other corruption scandals that took place under the Mahama administration.
He remarked, “We’ll retire him in 2024.
After spending 35 years in every job imaginable, he continued, “It is a pity he can have that nonsense even to dream of contesting to want to be president for simply for four years.
We remember him for terminating nurse allowances and teacher training programs because he was unable to offer the youth of Ghana free SHS and employment.
Recently, Mr. Mahama was chosen to represent the NDC in the general elections in 2024.
He called out the present administration for wrecking the economy and is now seeking your support.