Ghanaian pollster and journalist Ben Ephson is back again with another finding of his which I am sure will divide opinions within the ruling NPP. He has a strong conviction that vice president Dr Bawumia will win the race to lead the party in the 2024 elections. The NPP will go to the polls somewhere next year to elect a flag bearer to represent the party in the next elections.
Ben Ephson is basing his assertions on some comments made by former president John Agyekum Kuffour after Bawumia met him at a function. He said some glowing tributes paid to Bawumia by the former president has given his chance of election a boost especially the elderly as they hold the views of the former president I high esteem. They are likely to go with whatever he says. We all know the 2 leading candidates are Dr Bawumia and Alan Kyeremanten.
There have been rumours in the past that Kuffour supports Alan. It was even rumoured that Alan was his preferred choice to replace him but unfortunately lost out to President Akuffo Addo in the party primaries. The race for the NPP presidential primaries keeps getting more interesting with each passing day. Let's wait and see what unfolds.
Been Ephson made these revelations during an interview on Asaase radio.
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