Ghanaians are ready to make sure a good leader is elected during the upcoming National Elections in 2024. It is likely that His Excellency Dr Mahamudu Bawumia will will contest as flag bearer candidate in the elephant party so that he can lead the New Patriotic party in the coming elections as the Presidential Candidate for NPP.
There are many people in the line who are likely to contest Dr Mahamudu Bawumia during the flag bearer contest. We have observe that, Alan Kwadwo Kyeramanteng, Kennedy Agyapong and Dr Afriyie Akoto are also potential candidates to become presidential candidates for the NPP. Live on Angel TV few hours ago, Mr Boateng mentioned Bawumia's name with an advice and he will be glad if Dr Bawumia will listen to his advice before 2024 elections.
According to Mr Boateng Gyan, it will be advisable if His Excellency Dr Mahamudu Bawumia is will give up his ambition to become a president of Ghana. Mr Gyam added that, Dr Bawumia has serve for eight years in office as the vice president and God is done with him in terms of presidency.
As a result, Dr Bawumia should listen to his advice before 2024 elections to pave way for new faces to come on board to lead the party.
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