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Speaking on TV3's Key Points hosted by Lawyer Abena Tabi, Mr. Ben Ephson boldly indicated that, the NPP will be in trouble if John Mahama decides to contest in the 2024 elections. "The NPP is at a crossroads now. Their situation is like a man climbing a tree and looks up to see a huge snake, trying to descend also he sees a lion beneath the tree".
"In the NDC, nobody has shown up yet to contest but John Mahama stands tall if he decides to contest. Within the NPP, a few names including Dr. Bawumia, Alan Kyeremateng, Joe Ghartey and Afriyie Akoto have shown interest in contesting the elections. The Akan-North differences brewing within the party will cost them the elections if not controlled".
"If John Mahama decides to contest again, there will be nothing new to taint his name apart from what was said in 2016 and 2020. And so the differences within the NPP will benefit the opposition and looking at the number of votes pulled by John Mahama and his popularity, the NPP will be in trouble".
Ben Ephson further admonished the NPP to strategize and fastrack the process of getting a candidate every member will be happy to support.
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