The Dean of Business School at the University of Cape Coast, Prof. John Gatsi says he doesn't know the decision New Patriotic Party (NPP) can accomplish its 'break the eight' plan.
With President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo completing his second term on January 7, 2025, the NPP has set sight on breaking the eight-year electing cycle in government to clutch power.
Yet, responding to the five-year conjecture of the Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) where the resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been tipped to win the 2024 decisions, Prof. Gatsi says it is almost certain to work out.
As indicated by him, according to the exhibition of the NPP beginning around 2016, it is probable Ghanaians will fall back on changing the ongoing government.
"I can't say much about that," the Dean of UCC Business School said when found out if it is feasible for NPP to 'break the eight' in a meeting with Citi News.
Prof. Gatsi made sense of, "I think the eight years cycle is it simply an occasion that happens. It depends on the total impact of all that you have been doing from your initial term to your subsequent term and toward the finish of the subsequent term, individuals say that's it. So it's a decision.
"Assuming an administration can do very well from the start to the end I don't imagine that Ghanaians will say they won't keep up with that administration in power. So I figure ideological groups ought to simply take note of that it's a reasonable decision. It's not only that Ghanaians have concurred that at regular intervals we ought to change. It is on the grounds that like clockwork Ghanaians understand that their prosperity is not a huge deal."
Notwithstanding backing the NDC to win the 2024 general decisions, the EIU gauge adds that the resistance will have a superior opportunity assuming it presents some other individual than previous President John Dramani Mahama as its flagbearer.
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