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The recent circulating poll that has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is the one below as the former President and flag bearer of the largest opposition party, John Mahama was spotted in a comfortable lead against the NPP and other political parties.
Even though, two of the most popularly known political parties namely NPP and NDC are looking forward to winning enormous votes to help them win the most anticipated presidential elections come 2024, some proportion of Ghanaians however think that, other smaller political parties should be given the privilege to rule the country.
With respect to this, a recent poll conducted online has proven otherwise considering the number of votes casted and the candidates who were presented in the poll.
In the poll below, we can clearly notice the former President and flag beaer of the largest opposition party, NPP seemed to be in a slight lead considering the amount of votes won so far as he contested with other aspiring candidates for the most anticipated 2024 presidential elections.
Sadly, we can clearly notice that, neither Dr Mahmoud Bawumia or Alan Kyeremateng’s name were found on the poll hence giving the former President, John Mahama a comfortable lead whereas the opposite could have led to the flag bearer of the NDC losing to the NPP flag bearer considering the number of votes accumulated by the former President in the poll below.
Below is a look at the recent poll conducted online that has caused massive reactions online.
Even though most Ghanaians are anticipated to cast their respective votes for theair favorite candidate come 2024 presidential elections, the two likely parties to earn enormous votes would be the NPP and NDC as the former looks forward to ‘breaking the 8’.
Do you think John Mahama can win the most anticipated 2024 presidential elections against the NPP’s flag bearer even though most individuals claim otherwise?
Who do you think will be the next President to lead Ghana come 2024 elections even though most individuals claim otherwise?
Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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