The Deputy Northern Regional Communication Officer of the largest opposition political party, National Democratic Congress Iddrisu Hardi Pagazaa has said that the National Democratic Congress might lose its world Bank if Akufo Addo execute his plan.
According to Iddrisu Hardi Pagazaa, many NDC sympathisers are very worried about Akufo Addo's statement that he will hand over to an NPP government before 2024.
He said he is not worried at all because that statement cannot influence the outcome of the 2024 elections because John Dramani Mahama and the National Democratic Congress will win the elections and power will peacefully be handed over with no difficulty
He added that early 2023 before the NPP National congress, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo will step down and handover power to Bawumia. He would then be sworn in as president with Alan Cash, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh or Dr Osei Akoto as Veep.
He indicated that his deepest worry about this plan is that, the National Democratic Congress will lose the Northern region as their world Bank. He said for the party to regain its enviable position as world Bank, they need a revolution in the region. If not NPP have claimed the region.
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