The 2024 Presidential election is not very far from us and it's quite a mystery as to who steers the reigns of this country after the governance of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo.
Former President John Dramani Mahama remains a formidable candidate for the National Democratic Congress since he is an experienced politician and has contested for the presidential seat on three consecutive occasions --- winning once and losing twice all against President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
The New Patriotic Party, on the other hand, is yet to elect a fresh candidate for the 2024 polls and it's believed that the spot of who leads the reigns of the party will be between the current vice president Dr. Bawumia and Hon. John Alan Kyeremanteng.
Observing a breakfast meet and greet organized by the leader and founder of The Lighthouse Chapel International, Bishop Dag Heward Mills, and graced by the Honorable Minister John Alan Kyeremanteng, it was observed that most Ghanaians loved the humility possessed by the Minister and commended him for respecting the invitation of the renowned man of God.
What grabbed attention was a comment made by a social media user by the name of Yaw Akoto Osei which predicted that the Hon. John Alan Kyeremanteng will be Ghana's next president in 2024 hence requested that the protection of God covers him.
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