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We should change Mahama or we'll lose 2024 races - Yaw Boateng Gyan charges NDC

Yaw Boateng Gyan, a previous National Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has counseled allies of the party to choose a new pioneer for the 2024 general decisions.

He said the party will undoubtedly lose the following races on the off chance that previous President John Dramani Mahama arises as flagbearer.

Mr. Gyan said this will occur for the straightforward explanation that Mr. Mahama has served for a very long time in government and has the same old thing to offer Ghanaians.

The NDC sturdy told Kwamina Sam Biney, host of Angel FM's Anopa Bofo Morning Show, on Wednesday that given the historical backdrop of Ghana's legislative issues anybody who has been to the administration has served just eight years.

In his clarification, Yaw Boateng Gyan expressed that the late President Jerry John Rawlings served eight years with Akaa as a bad habit in the initial term and consequently John Atta Mills in the subsequent term; then Kufuor and Aliu Mahama completed eight years and finished it.

"We lost power in 2016 whenever we were in charge of the multitude of chances. In 2020, once more, we lost and we have needed to plunk down and inquire as to whether God is controlling our destiny… Since the Fourth Republic, nobody has been to the administration for over eight years. Mahama has been bad habit under Mills for a considerable length of time and afterward became president for a considerable length of time making eight… When he remained in 2016, what was the deal? He lost"

This, Mr. Boateng Gyan, said suggests that John Dramani Maham has served his full term [eight years] and consequently pursuing the direction can't become president any longer

Past that, he said that individuals are addressing assuming the party needs individuals with official characteristics to catch political power for the NDC.

He explained that the eight-year term could be a mix of being Vice President lastly prevailing as President or the singular serving each of the two terms as President.

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