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It cannot be business as usual: Sammy Gyamfi sends a message to the NDC ahead of the 2024 elections

Political activities in the country have intensified as the two major political parties watch the 2024 General Elections with keen interest. In a country where the political power is given to each of the two parties for eight years since 1992, the New Patriotic Party is bent on breaking the eight years syndrome that has characterized our elections in the Fourth Republic. The "break the eight " slogan coined by the ruling New Patriotic Party aimed at building momentum to changing the status quo seems to be catching on well with sympathizers of the party. "The break the eight" aspiration, if it materialized will be unprecedented in the history of the country and will keep the National Democratic Congress longer in opposition.

On the part of the National Democratic Congress, the former president John Dramani Mahama, addressing Chiefs and party in the Central Region, as part of his thank-you tour, told the people the National Democratic Congress shall come back and seek the mandate of the people come 2024. This is an indication that the opposition National Democratic Congress will leave no stone unturned to wrestle power from the ruling New Patriotic Party. 

Meanwhile, as part of the warm-up activities ahead of the 2024 General Elections, the Communication Director of the National Democratic Congress, Mr. Sammy Gyemfi has sent a message to members and sympathizers of the party. In a Facebook post, Sammy Gyemfi urged the party to do some self-examination and re-strategize to be able to match the New Patriotic Party toe to toe. Members of the party who concur with Sammy Gyemfi expressed their solidarity amid pinpointing what the loopholes that will mitigate against the party are. Some also expressed their displeasure about how the activities of some leaders in the party do not augur well with the progress of the party.

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