The recent unexpected news that has undoubtedly raised lots of concerns across all social media platforms was when the Vice President finally settled the debate over the Ghana card brouhaha ahead of the 2024 elections.
Speaking at a recent conference, the Vice President, Bawumia unexpectedly revealed that, the Ghana card is likely to replace the voter’s ID in 2024 elections which will undoubtedly be bad news for the NDC considering how most Ghanaians are currently in support of John Mahama to retain power come 2024 seem not to have access to their respective cards.
“Very soon, you will see that our problems with voter registration will disappear, it’s only a matter of time. We spend so much on voter registration and I think the Ghana card will be a good identification document as we are already seeing. Identification card could replace voter’s ID in 2024 elections”, Bawumia emphatically revealed.
Even though the largest opposition party (NDC) and its flagbearer, John Mahama are looking forward to winning the most anticipated 2024 elections, the ruling party seems to be putting all hands on deck in other to implement several policies which will limit Ghanaians from voting massively for the opposition party hence leading to the NPP ‘breaking the 8’.
Do you think that the NDC’s John Mahama can lose the 2024 elections as a result of the introduction of the Ghana card as the new voter’s ID in 2024 elections as revealed by Bawumia even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
Do you think that the NPP can undoubtedly ‘ ‘break the 8’ with the introduction of the Ghana card as the new Voter’s ID in the 2024 elections even though most individuals claim otherwise?
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