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Election 2024 will be a war, according to a former chief of the military staff


Brig. Gen. Joseph Nunoo-Mensah (Ret. ), a former chief of the armed forces, has issued a warning that the election of 2024 won’t be peaceful.

According to him, he had a dream about violence in the nation during the election two years ago, and remarks made by Bryan Acheampong, the minister of food and agriculture and member of parliament for Abetifi, have confirmed it.


Speaking to party supporters on Saturday in Mpraeso, Mr. Acheampong vowed that the ruling New Patriotic Party will never cede control to the opposition NDC in 2025.

The NPP would take all necessary steps to maintain its position as the government, the former Minister of State in Charge of National Security underlined.

“The NDC party will fall. We will let the NDC know that we have the men if they try to employ threats, violence, or folly during the 2024 election. We’ll demonstrate to them that we have men. The men are here! To emphasise, he screamed. We, the NPP, would never stand on a podium to offer the NDC the keys to the country. It won’t ever take place! At all costs, we’ll make sure NPP stays in power.

Brigadier General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah claimed in an interview with Samuel Eshun on the Happy Morning Show (HMS) that the NDC is adamant about wresting power away from the NPP.

We won’t have peaceful elections in this nation, in my opinion. I’m simply stating what Bryan Acheampong just said, which was something I dreamed about two years ago. The NDC is adamant about stealing the NPP’s authority.

“What will happen if someone is hell-bent and you don’t give it to them? Is this not warfare? he asked the host.

I’ve dreamed about it, and it’s going to happen, he continued. Some of these things can be predicted without being a preacher or a prophet, though.

The NDC, on the other hand, has urged the Ghana Police Service to detain Bryan Acheampong right away and bring treason charges against him.

Samuel Atta Akyea, the MP for Abuakwa South, has supported his Abetifi colleague in response to his remark that the NPP would not cede power to the NDC in 2025.

He asserted that Bryan Acheampong’s remark was political discourse.



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