There has been mixed reactions within the largest opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to the latest report by the Economics Intelligence Unit (EIU) on the chances of the NDC in the 2024 General Elections.
According to the latest report by the Unit, it expects the NDC to win the next elections which is due in December 2024.
But, the report however stated that, this will depend on whether the NDC changes a new Presidential candidate or it will maintain former President John Mahama.
The report stated that, the NDC have a chance to win the 2024 Presidential Elections if it changes a new Candidate.
Since the report was released, there has been mixed reactions from members of the NDC.
For those who support former President John Mahama's bid to run on the ticket of the NDC again in 2024, there are not well enthused with the report because, it could be a disadvantage to the bid of the former President.
On the part of members who supports the call for a new candidate such as Prof. Joshua Alabi and other Flagbearer hopefuls, they are happy with the report as they see it as something to use to in their bid for calls to change a new candidate for the party in the next elections.
The Economics Intelligence Unit has made a lot of predictions about Ghana's elections including the 2020 Elections which it predicted a win for Incumbent President Akufo-Addo.
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