Ashaiman Constituency MP, Ernest Norgeby, rejected the recent prediction from the Economic Information Unit (EIU) that the NDC can only win the 2024 presidential election if it introduces a new candidate other than John Dramani Mahama.
He insisted that Mr. Maham is the best candidate for the 2024 election due to his history in politics, adding that it would be unwise for the party to introduce a new candidate, as that candidate must first be accepted by the party's grassroots before preparation. To compete with a government in power.
“I believe that EIU is a credible institution. They have worked in this field for a very long time and I can attest to the fact that they have achieved a lot of positive results in their electoral prospects. I do not doubt their credibility in this matter. But with that, the NDC cannot enter into This election is with any candidate other than John Dramani Mahama.
“We need to ride on the shoulders of John Mahama who has been in the system for a long time.
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