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NPP's Loud Commey charges, Sammy Gyamfi charges back ahead of 2024 elections

The 2024 general elections is more than 3 years away, but the tone of the contest between the usual opponents New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been set by two important members of each party by their comments this afternoon. 

It started at the NPP Greater Accra regional delegates conference. At the gathering of the NPP faithfuls, the former national organizer of the Party, Loud Commey, who is known for his radical mode of communication, took the microphone and stated what many have termed as "war tantrum". 

In his speech, Loud Commey, who is the director of operations at the Presidency, told delegates to choose power over any other thing any day. According to him, the NPP is not ready to hand over power come 2024. 

This statement has caused a lot of mixed reactions among Netizens. Like always, while his cohorts believe the statement is in the right direction, his opponents in the NDC think otherwise. 

This has obviously agitated some NDC folks, including the national communication officer of the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi

The angry Sammy Gyamfi jumped on his Facebook page to vent his spleen in reaction to what Loud Commey said. 

"It’s about time we in the NDC did an honest self-introspection and soul-searching". He began. 

"We cannot capture power from these power-drunk NPP despots with our current posture. There has to be a drastic change in our mindset, posture and actions relative to how we relate with the NPP on all fronts. It cannot be business as usual". The young Lawyer warned. 

Apparently, this is a clarion call to battle. Both offer and acceptance has been served. 2024 general election thus promises to be "do-or-die" like earlier stated by the firmer flagbearer of the NDC, John Dramani Mahama.

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