Fans of Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia started their aggressive campaign in other for him to succeed President Akufo-Addo in 2024 after the current president was sworn-in on 7th January,2021.
What seems as an order from above the Vice President earlier on released a press statement debunking his involvement in the presidential posters flying across Social Media.
According to the Vice President he has not given his consent to anyone for such presidential hopeful campaign to commence. He added that his quest is to help Akufo-Addo to succeed in his tenure.
According to information reaching Ghanaontheglobe.com, fans of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia have aggressively stated that they will make him succeed Akufo-Addo by force whether he agrees to it or not. Most of them are of the view that they have seen his press release but they will still continue their agenda to support him become the next president in 2024. This agitations where cited across Social Media.
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The only competition for Bawumia as far as the 2024 Presidential Elections is concerned is Alan Kyerematen popularly known as Alan Cash. Following NPP’s political history Alan Kyeremanten is most likely to get the Presidential node to represent NPP based on the fact that when it comes to NPP, Alan is more popular and a leading member than Bawumia.
Having contested Akufo-Addo for the presidential candidate position on three consecutive occasions which he came third on all the occasions, it should tell you the magnitude of Alan Kyerematen. Alan made an attempt at the leadership of the New Patriotic Party in 2007, capturing 32.3% of votes cast. He was first runner-up to Nana Akufo-Addo who gained 47.96% of votes cast. Kyerematen made other attempts at the party’s leadership in 2010 and 2014 but placed second to Akufo-Addo, who won the primaries.
BELOW ARE REACTIONS FROM AGGRIEVED FANS