The recent circulating news that has sparked massive stir, debates, and arguments across all social media platforms was when the prominent former UN advisor on governance finally came out to settle the debate over who can win the most anticipated 2024 general elections.
Even though the ruling party, NPP is looking forward to winning the upcoming 2024 general elections by putting all hands on deck in other to ‘break the 8’, the largest opposition party (NDC) seems to agree otherwise as the party seeks to overthrow the incumbent and take overcome 2024.
Speaking in a recent interview on TV3 over the current state of the country and the largest opposition party (NDC) neglecting to visit IPAC amongst other related issues, the former UN advisor on governance, Professor Baffour Agyemang Duah revealed that, the only party likes to win the most anticipated 2024 general elections will be the NDC but the unexpected might happen in the future.
“As we speak, a major political party in the country, one of the two parties that has the capacity to win power in 2024 is the NDC”, the former UN advisor on governance, Professor Baffour Agyemang Duah emphatically revealed.
Do you think that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) can eventually win the 2024 presidential elections and ‘break the 8’ as highlighted by the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
Do you think that the NDC’s John Mahama will be the best Presidential candidate to undoubtedly solve the economic crisis and current hardships in the country after becoming President in 2024 as highlighted by the former UN advisor on governance, Professor Baffour Agyemang Duah even though most individuals claim otherwise?
What are your thoughts after the former UN advisor on governance, Professor Baffour Agyemang Duah finally settled the debate over who can win the 2024 general elections that have caused massive reactions online even though most individuals stated otherwise?
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