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Kwame A Plus Tells Kwabena Duffour In The Face That He Can't Win NDC's Flagbearership

Besides being controversial, the claim by Kwame A-Plus confirms the beliefs of some political analysts that the former Minister of Finance, Dr Kwabena Duffour has no chance winning the flagbearership.of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). He spoke blatantly about what he thinks could be the outcome of Dr Duffour's quest of leading the party into the 2024 general elections against the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP). 


Kwame A-Plus did not sound scientific in his argument but his conviction that Dr Duffour's sponsors and supporters are just urging him towards a humiliating defeat against a formidable candidate. As many Ghanaians have come to realise that the NDC's favourite candidate so far is John Mahama, the former Finance Minister will encounter a fierce contest next year when the party goes for Congress. 


It is on this background that Kwame A-Plus intimated that it's an impossibility that Dr Duffour can win the internal election to lead the NDC. He continued that past experiences of exploitation that he suffered should guide him in his dealings with supporters within his camp. 


He mocked that the various fun clubs that have been christened in his name to support his campaign have no influence. He feared it would be another year of wasted financial resources for Dr Duffour. 


"Dr Kwabena Duffour is a very experienced man. He has come across so many people who have chopped his money. I'm very sure he will not allow people to chop him this time round. 


Doc, They are lying to you. You won't win!! They are pushing you into the race just to chop your money again and say oooooo, ɛkaa kiti kiti kiti," he mocked.  


But does this come at a surprise? Obviously no!


Just a few days ago, on former President John Dramani Mahama's birthday, Kwame A-Plus sparked an uproar on social media by praying that the latter becomes President come 2024. He laced his birthday wishes for the former President with a remark that acknowledged John Mahama as the incoming President. 


So how can you take his judgement about Dr Duffour's contest to be genuine and valid? Well that debate rests with my readers. 

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