The election 2024 in Ghana will be one of the toughest ever witnessed in the country. The National Democratic Congress is looking forward to regain power after being in opposition for 8 years. The ruling party, New Patriotic Party, is also looking forward to extend thier governance after the 8 years.
It is possible that formal president, John Mahama will again be leading the National Democratic Congress in the 2024 elections. When it come to the New Patriotic Party, it is unclear as to who will lead the party after the current president finishes his second term.
The race for the 2024 flagbearer position for the New Patriotic Party is getting keener. The president in his tour in the Ashanti region has unveiled two cabinet ministers who are eyeing his seat; that is, Dr. Akoto Afriyie and Alan Kyeremanteng. We know there are others who might also be interested like the vice president, Dr. Bawumia. Who leads NPP in 2024?
Could Dr. Bawumia still be the favourite as some are saying? Many people believe if two people from the Ashanti region compete, it will pave way for the current vice president. Others also believe he is not a favourite at all.
What is your honest opinion on this.
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