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We Will Wait And See What Will Happen In 2024 - Captain Smart Sends A Bold Message To NPP And NDC.

The major political parties dominating the political scene in Ghana are the New Patriotic Party NPP and the National Democratic Congress NDC. However, there are other political parties which have not receive the spotlight to rule the affairs of the country in this fourth Republic.

Every political party has its aims, objectives, visions and missions. But the ultimate goal of every political party is to win the heart of the electorates and come to power anytime elections are held. Ghanaians are yet to witness and participate in another tough elections which will be held in the 2024.

Onua TV presenter and host for Onua Makyee Show, Captain Godsbrain Kwadwo Smart sends a bold message to the two giant political parties in Ghana ( NPP and NDC) in 2024. According to Captain Kwadwo Godsbrain Smart, 2024 elections is going to be the most decisive elections ever to be held in the country. As a result, no attempt from any political Party should be made to rig the electoral process.

Captain Godsbrain Kwadwo Smart added that, the fact that the National Democratic Congress NDC want to comeback to power should not drive them to engage in electoral malpractice in other to win the elections. On the same hand, the rulling New Patriotic Party should not also use their veto power to rig the upcoming elections.

Captain Smart added that, if any political party make any attempt to rig the elections, then blood is likely to flow and Ghanaians should prepare for that. " We are waiting to see what will happen in 2024. But the political parties in Ghana especially the rulling New patriotic Party NPP and the National Democratic Congress NDC should know that, there will not be any room for them to make any attempt to rig election 2024". - Captain Smart hints.

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