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Don’t Dig Your Own Graves- NPP Members To Minsters On Early Declaration Of Presidential Ambitions.

For sometime now, there has been a issues coming out from the headquarters of the New Patriotic Party, NPP on who is going to lead the party in terms of the flag bearer in the 2024 presidential elections.

It has been rumored that, the Vice President, Dr. Bawumia, Hon. Alan kyeremanteng and Hon. Afriyie Akoto among others have shown interest in becoming the flag bearer to replace Prez. Nana Addo Danquah when his turn end.

Most people especially the supporters and members of the New Patriotic Party have reacted to the rising issues associated with the run for flag bearer.

Most of them have shared their views on various platforms, as they said that, when the ministers declared their presidential ambitions this early, it’s going to affect them in the poles when the time is due because there will be separation among the aspirants themselves as well as the members.

They went on to say that, this actions of the aspirants is going to affect the business of the government since each of them will be willing to prove themselves to the public as the best. They gave an instance that, since the Vice President is the head of economic affairs, he will not work efficiently with the minstry of agriculture headed by Hon. Akoto Afriyie as well as Hon. Alan Kyeremanteng.

They also advised the ministers not to dig their own graves but waited for sometime before they declare their ambitions to the public.

We think the early declaration of presidential ambitions of the the ministers in the current government is going to distort governance as well as slow nation building. What do you also think? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.

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