2024 Polls: Bawumia can’t match Mahama-Political Expert
Social and Political observer Wofa Adoma is making a strong case that Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia cannot match Ex-President John Dramani Mahama neither is he a force to reckon with if he [Bawumia] succeeded in leading the governing NPP in crucial 2024 presidential elections.
According to Wafa Adoma, heavyweights within the governing party conspiring to force Dr. Bawumia on the party, must reevaluate their technique.
In his view, the 2020 Presidential Candidate of the NDC EX-President Mahama will hammer Dr. Bawumia should he attempt to face the former Ghanaian leader in 2024 political race.
“I can say on power that EX-President Mahama will exceptionally walk over Dr. Bawumia if he face off Mahama in 2024”, he said.
In an interview monitored on Wednesday, 13 October 2021 by African Editors Adoma noted that Dr. Bawumia has lost believability, adding that no political watcher will put their cash on Dr. Bawumia.
“The Ex-President has the political gravitas to pull the breaks on Dr. Bawumia is the one to put forward as the NPP’s 2024 flagbearer “, he contended.
“What is the guarantee of the Vice-president’s electoral fortunes if he is pitched against Mahama”, he inquired.
He reminded the NPP that Mr Mahama, as a President, has a firm hands on all of the areas up north, and, in this way, pondered where Dr. Bawumia could use as his political voting demographic, since, in his view, the Vice-president has lost validity among the citizens in the Greater Accra Region.
“I feel that EX-President John Mahama will simply need to stand by to be introduce as the 10th leader of the Republic of Ghana if the Vice-president arises as the NPP’s official Flagbearer in a couple of months to come”, Wafa Adoma said.
Ex-President John Dramani Mahama (Left) in a handshake with Vice-president Dr Mahamudu Bawumia (right)
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