Politics in Ghana has become very interesting. Currently, the focus of most Ghanaians are the individuals who will become the flag bearers of the two major and biggest political parties in Ghana; National Democratic Congress and New Patriotic Party. Ironically, most Ghanaians are interested to know the individual and political party who will win the presidency after the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo, completes his four terms in office.
It is likely and highly possible that Former President, John Dramani Mahama will contest for the Presidency on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress. However, the flagbearer of the National Patriotic Party come 2024 is not very certain. The banter will be between Dr.Bawumia and Alan Kyeremanten.
However, people continue to compare Mahama to Bawumia. This is an indirect way of predicting the two people standing for the two biggest political parties who will compete for the Presidency in 2024.
A post has been trending and circulating on Facebook for some time. The post stated clearly the exact percentage John Mahama and Dr. Bawumia will accumulate. It is really shocking and interesting at the same time.
The person who made this prediction is Wordi Grant. He predicted that Mahama will have a unprecedented victory of 54.10%. Dr. Bawumia will trail behind with 38.10%.
See the reactions of Ghanaians after sighting this post.
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