The Former Chief Executive of Ghana Free Zones Authority, Kojo Tsum Boafo, cautioned the National Democratic Congress (NDC) not to let their guards done and think 2024 elections will be a done deal. He said this in reaction to the EIU report, on a panel discussion at Pan African Television.
According to him, the party should not be dreaming that, they will win 2024 elections easily. He said, they should not make the mistake of thinking every party stays in power for 8 years, then the opposition takes over. They should be careful because, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is not planning to leave power soon, and can do anything possible to stay in power.
In addition, he pleaded with all the party hierarchy and supporters including him, to work hard and make sure they sack the NPP out of power. They should more vigilante and start planning how to turn things around as a party. He is optimistic that, what happen in 2020 will not repeat itself in 2024, and the party will win massively.
Again, he drew the attention to the activities going on in the NPP. They started the campaign of Breaking the eight, which is their agenda to stay in power from 2024 and beyond. Also, there are names popping up to lead the party, is a grand style in informing the supporters who to expect in ruling the party. The marketing strategy is moving on, in an unaware strategy.
Few days ago, the Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) released a report on the 2024 elections. The prediction is mainly centered on the NDC and their future in to the 2024 elections. They said, the NDC is going to emerge the winners of the election, but with a new candidate.
They acknowledged that, even though the Former President, John Dramani Mahama is thinking about whether to stand again or not, but party must consider a new face to lead the party. They also made it clear that, the party will win a slim majority in parliament coming 2024. The report sparked so many reactions from both the NDC and NP, even the nation at large.
Some NDC members disagree with the report, except the victory. They could not see the party choosing a new candidate, when others think there should be a new face. They are of the view that, the party will win both the presidential and parliamentary elections massively. They are acknowledged that the fact that, it will take hard work to capture power, and not relying on only the report.
Majority of the NPP totally disagree with the EIU on several grounds. They are not ready to leave power any time soon. The report will not have any effect on them and since the party is formidable and capable of steering the affairs of the state, as is going on now. The Minister of Information Kojo Nkrumah, came out to state categorically that, they the NPP will break the eight years and become the first party under the 4th Republic to break that record.
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