The member of parliament who doubles as minister of parliamentary affairs has urged all Npp members to unite to avert any defeat in 2024. According to him "together we stand and divided we fall".
The NPP is eager to break the 8th and needs extra effort from all members of the party. The current situation in Ghana's electioneering, where a party stays in power for 8years is becoming a ritual in Ghana. The Npp is poised to break this chain and set a record for itself in 2024 elections.
Allan Kyeremanten, the trade minister is eyeing the position of the flagbearer of the party for the third time after failing to H.E Akuffo Addo twice. He has a strong track record and background which makes him a preferred candidate in the party. He will definitely compete with the current Vice president H.E Dr. Mahmudu Bawumia.
Dr. Bawumia too has amassed support because of his popularity as the vice president. His track record in the digitisation of the economy of Ghana is making him popular and famous in the Ghanaian populace.
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