The national Democratic Congress will go to the 2024 polls with high aim of ending NPP's 8 years rule in office, prior to the big day, two leading members of the NDC who boldened their intentions to replace Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia as the next General secretary of NDC.
First of all, the Deputy General secretary of NDC, Mr Peter Boamah Otokunor has stated that by hook or crook he will file to contest the secretariaship when nominations has opened. To him he's the best candidate to replace General mosquito and no one in the NDC not even Asiedu Nketia himself can stop him.
"Nothing can obstruct our victory when the time comes for the national executive contest because the grassroots have endosed me and they themselves have urged me to proceed to the substantive General mosquito position when Mr Asiedu Nketia decides to disembark on that lane"
He is fully confident that by the end of NDC's National delegates conference he will be declared secretary elect of NDC.
The NDC director of elections and former sports minister, Mr Elvis Afriyie Ankrah has also put together his arsenals to battle it out for the slot as the next General secretary of the NDC.
Declaring his intention, "I said if General mosquito will run I won't run but now that am telling you that I will run it means alot, if a blind man says he will pelt you with a stone , he knows what he is standing on, he added.
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