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What will Mahama tell Ghanaians in 2024? He will suffer from trust issues-Adom Otchere declares

As the nation inches closer to the 2024 General Elections, the two major political parties have earnestly hit the grounds running. With the New Patriotic Party seeking to break the eight years cycle and the National Democratic Congress fighting to end their two terms in opposition, the stage is set for a very keenly contested elections in 2024. In analyzing the fortunes of the National Democratic Congress in 2024 on the Good Evening Ghana show, seasoned Journalist, Paul Adom Otchere put the spotlight on the two candidates who have declared to contest the flag bearer of the party.

Talking about John Dramani Mahama, Paul Adom Otchere scores him high on acquaintance. According to him, John Dramani Mahama who is arguably the only politician to have gone through all the political systems of the country knows how the system works. Paul Adom Otchere added acquittance with the system was a key factor in the success story of Kuffour, Mills, and Nana Addo who ended the eight years cycle. 

However, he is rated the former president low on trust. Trust according to Paul Adom Otchere means being a new candidate and not having any records of the presidency. To him, Ghanaians have trust in new candidates because they do not have any basis to doubt them. Paul Adom Otchere stressed that John Dramani Mahama has had the opportunity to rule the country before, hence will find it difficult to convince the people.

"When it comes to trust, John Dramani Mahama will be the candidate that perhaps will struggle with the trust question because he has been president before, he has been vice-president before, so what is he going to tell the people? So the people cannot take him without doubting him or without overly believing in him because he has to show the evidence of all the story", he said.

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