The 2024 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections is about three years away but the two major political parties have already started making preparations towards the day. Former President John Dramani Mahama have been in the news for some few days now for passing some comments ahead of the 2024 polls.
The former president speaking on how the 2024 polls should be free, fair and transparent added that the 2024 polls would be a "do or die" affair at the polling station. Even though the former president has given an explanation to the "do or die" comment, there have been calls that the former president should retract such statements.
Mr. Manasseh Azure Awuni sent a message to Mr. Mahama over such comments he made by sharing a post on his Facebook page. In Mr. Azure's post, he touched on the chances of the major opposition political party winning the 2024 polls. The popular journalist stated that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party stands a greater chance of winning the 2024 polls than they did in the two previous elections: 2016 and 2020. He added that the party should not go into the 2024 polls since it a "bugabuga" mentality since that could be to their disadvantage.
He urged Ghanaians to safeguard their lives and not lay it down for any politician. He further advised the former president not to "blow away his unique selling proposition to discerning Ghanaians voter" by making such statements since he [Former President Mahama] is known for his love for tolerance and peace.
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