Following the brouhaha going on in the New Patriotic Party (NPP) concerning who will lead the party in the next general election is getting heated every as some of the leaders continue to drop their comment.
Who will lead the New Patriotic Party in the next general election is the topic most of the people in Ghana and the followers of the NPP talks about.
The most trending personalities who can lead the party in the next general election include Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten, the vice president Dr Mahamudu Bawumia and Joe Ghartey. Though they have not come out to declare their stands but the rumours going on in the party proves. They are likely to contest.
To my opinion, online polls and analysis from the popular Ghanaian pollster Ben Ephson revealed is likely Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten can win the flag bearer of NPP.
According to Ben Ephson it will be a tough contest and the margin between the winner and the rest wouldn't be much. As for Ben he believes Alan Kyeremanten is likely to win.
Not taking you far those who have led the party are all from the Akan ethnic group, which they believes, they are competent enough lead the party.
Looking at the current crisis going on in the party it seems there is something behind the scene that Ghanaians don't know. Who do you believes he is competent enough to lead the NPP in the next general election is it Bawumia, Alan Kyeremanten or Joe Ghartey or you have different person in mind.
It is true Bawumia is behind his posters circulating online and Alan also knows something about his posters propagating on the media? Drop your comment and let dilute into this matter.
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