The former president seems not to be giving up on his dream of returning to power anytime soon as he is very likely to be retained as the flagbearer of the opposition NDC for the 2024 general elections.
But from our checks, the former president's chances of winning power in 2024 is not very bright at the moment. This is because of several factors that works against Mr. Mahama. Although there have been some issues leveled against him previously that works against his chances, the current issues of payment of allowances to his wife has the potential of badly affecting his electoral chances in 2024.
The issue some Ghanaians have is how the former president cancelled students allowances whilst at the same time increasing that of his wife. Also, the wife of former president John Dramani Mahama is refusing to refund the monies paid to her illegally, even when the current first and second ladies have refunded theirs already. This has the potential of affecting the former president John Mahama in 2024.
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