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Should NDC maintain John Mahama for 2024 Presidential Elections?

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As we all know the 2020 Presidential Elections have been declared by the Chair of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensa even though there is a pending case at the Supreme Court.

But taking the records that most at times opposition parties have been electing their presidential candidates two years prior to elections in other to be able to properly campaign then the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have less than two years to decide if John Mahama will still be their candidate or not.

Arguably Former president John Mahama is their most popular and marketable political figure through which he was able to pull a surprising 6 million plus votes in the past Elections which was very commendable.

 

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Already people are ticking Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, Ekow Spio Gabrah, Party Chairman Ofosu Ampofo as possible candidates who can contest John Mahama for the NDC presidential candidate position.

Per John Mahama’s incredible and magnificent performance pulled in the last Elections, should NDC continue to use him as their flag bearer for the 2024 presidential elections or use the above listed candidates listed?

Get interactive by telling Ghanaontheglobe.com  what your opinion is concerning whether NDC should maintain Former President John Dramani Mahama as  2024 candidate for the presidential elections?

 

 

Source: Ghanaontheglobe.com

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