NPP deputy regional secretary in Western North reveals the recent rise in the race to lead the party come 2024 is nothing new to the party.
After incumbent Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo retained his seat for his second term in the administration of the country, many party faithfuls in the NPP have stated campaign vehemently for the favorite candidate to lead the party come 2024 general elections.
The constitution of land land clearly stipulate that each individual has two terms to serve as the president of the Republic and with this current president Nana Addo term of office will come to and end in 2024.
And in the wake of this many names has been brought forward, as the party look set to choose it candidate for the next general elections.
This has raised many questions, as many people believe it will go ahead and affect the smooth administration of the country because many of those whose names have been mentioned occupies huge positions in this current government administration.
According to him, similar issue came up in 2005 when former president John Kuffour retained his seat, with many party fanatics calling for the likes of Nana Addo and Alan Kyeremanten to come and take up the mantle.
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