In a second-line country thank you to NDC 2020 presidential candidate, John Dramani Mahama remarked in a live interview on Techiman-based Techiman's Akina FM that the NDC had learned painful lessons from its 2020 polls, claiming that it will not be repeated in 2024.
He accused the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) of employing state security forces to run the 2020 polls and warned them that the 2024 elections would be different because the NDC will safeguard the elections at all costs.
He claims that the next general election in 2024 will be a "do or die affair," especially if the election is won in polling stations. He argued that the Ghanaian public, including executive members of the New Patriot Party, had condemned him (NPP).
Nonetheless, NDC supporters praised and urged former President Mahama to make such a strong statement.
The NPP's "Do or die affair" was described as a bluff, as was Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-infamous Addo's 2012 NPP candidate for "All die be die."A nationwide thank you tour honors the electorate for the overwhelming votes cast in Ghana's first Hung Parliament, which resulted in the nomination of the NDC's 2020 presidential candidate.
During the previous election, Mr. Mahama received massive assistance in contesting the results at the Supreme Court, where Nana Addo's re-election was upheld.
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