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NDC Will Win 2024 Elections But They Will Present A New Candidate – EIU

The Economist Intelligence Unit says it anticipates the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to crush the overseeing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the December 7, 2024, general decisions. 


This as per the Unit is on the grounds that the NPP government has had two terms in power under the administration of President Akufo-Addo


"After two terms of NPP government, we anticipate that the NDC should win the 2024 official political race and to acquire a little lion's share in Parliament," some portion of a report gave by the Unit read. 


In the 25-paged report located by JoyNews, the Economist Intelligence Unit said it was additionally anticipating that the NDC should present another applicant in spite of the fact that there are bits of gossip that previous President John Dramani Mahama who is likewise the gathering's 2020 flagbearer would challenge once more. 


"The following parliamentary and official decisions are expected in 2024. Under the intrinsically commanded service time restrictions. Akufo-Addo can't run for a third term. Mr. Mahama is purportedly thinking about whether to run once more, however we anticipate that the NDC should look to revive its possibilities with a new up-and-comer." 


Addressing the current political elements in Parliament, the report showed that, while the NPP is at a benefit since it holds the Majority in the House, guaranteeing solidarity among individuals has consistently been troublesome. 


Giving a model, the Economist Intelligence Unit expressed that the appointment of the current Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin who is a senior individual from the NDC as against the President's decision of previous Speaker, Mike Ocquaye is an obvious sign that the individuals are isolated.

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