A Clubhouse survey showed that 57 per cent of the contributors believe Dr Kwabena Duffuor is favourable to lead the National Democratic Congress (NDC) compared to 41per cent who feel that way about John Mahama.
This followed after the public lecture delivered by Dr Kwabena Duffuor on job creation in Accra on Monday November 29.
Joojo Dadson from the Ghana Democracy Forum in a remark on Clubhouse release issued: “Duffuor represents the only favorable contender to the New Patriotic Party in any shape or form. I think people’s gut instinct after hearing that speech will be: Dr. Duffuor is the right man to lead Ghana on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress NDC.
“The man is simply a breath of fresh air after the ding dongs we have had in this fourth republic – stating some qualities possessed by him as being Smart, competent, serious with a dash of a sense of humor when appropriate,” Joojo Dadson stated.
Another contributor, Awudu Alhassan from Youth Alliance Ghana YAG also said that Dr. Duffuor had scored an “injury time winner”, and he predicted that National Democratic Congress could now go on to capture the next election coming 2024 if Dr Kwabena Duffuor is on the ticket instead of ex president John Dramani Mahama.
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