NDC 2024: Dr. Duffuor can’t beat Mahama’s 95% votes- Ben Ephson
A survey conducted by Managing Editor of the Daily Dispatch Newspaper has revealed that Ex-Finance Minister and Governor of the Bank of Ghana Dr. Kwabena Duffuor will have to “battle to get 20%” of votes if he attepts to vying flagbearership of National Democratic Congress (NDC) ahead of 2024 general elections.
In the perspective of the Managing Editor of the Daily Dispatch paper, it will be a difficult task for the previous Governor of the Bank of Ghana, who is estimated to bind his boots against Ex-President John Mahama prior to the flagbearership race, to scratch the large part of the 95% underwriting gathered by the party’s 2020 Candidate during the last time they had such a challenge.
Mr. Ephson likewise told Dr. Duffuor’s Accra-based Starr FM that the finance Minister’s age won’t do him much good should he enter the race since, per his changes, Ghanaians are not prepared for a competitor over 70 years.
The originator of the now-defunt uniBank has not come out to pronounce his official aims however the media has generally hypothesized he is nursing such aspiration and simply trusting that the ideal opportunity will make it explicitly known.
A portion of his new posts via online media appear to recommend he might be needing to try it out.
Mr Mahama has additionally not unveiled any remarks about a rebound yet his new thank-you visits have given onlookers the feeling that he is yet to finished with the administration.
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