According to former president John Dramani Mahama, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) would prevail in the general elections in 2024.
He claimed that was God’s will.
On Tuesday, April 11, he added, “By God’s grace, we have the experience; we did not buy it in the store, we did not learn it in school; it is God who gave us the opportunity to gather that experience.” He was speaking to NDC delegates in Okere, in the Eastern Region.
“Do not worry about what some people are saying”, he said. ‘It is God’s will. I go to church, and when I pray, God speaks to me. God has told me that now is the moment for the NDC, and he has given us authority. Nobody can influence what God decides. Let us keep asking God for His will to be done and have faith that it will”.
He also urged every NDC candidate for a seat in the House of Representatives to run a respectable campaign.
“Let us avoid using insults because we are a single family, a single party, and we all want power.”
“Let us support whoever is chosen as a parliamentary candidate, and you will have our support when the time comes.”
Not only do we have MPs, but we also have board chairs, ambassadors, DECs, and many more appointments, so even if you do not run for office as an MP, you will be appointed.
So, he added, “let us keep the campaign civil, and when one candidate emerges, let us all support that candidate and let the party win.”
His remarks coincide with Agriculture Minister Bryan Acheampong’s declaration that the NPP will not cede power to the NDC.