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Mahama says Ghanaians are eager for NDC to rescue them from current wicked government

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Former President John Dramani Mahama, while on a campaign tour to lead the National Democratic Congress (NDC) as the presidential candidate for the 2024 elections, stated that Ghanaians are yearning for the return of the NDC government to rescue them from the economic hardships they are facing in the country.

Mahama expressed regret that Ghanaians voted against the NDC in the 2016 and 2020 elections, choosing instead to elect the New Patriotic Party (NPP), which he accused of mismanaging the economy and causing untold hardship.

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During separate addresses to delegates from the Agona West, Agona East, and Gomoa Central constituencies, Mahama urged Ghanaians to vote against the ruling party in the 2024 elections, stating that the NPP government had destroyed the economy and had nothing to offer the nation.

Mahama criticized the NPP’s experimental policies and called for the country to be entrusted into the hands of the NDC for better management, citing the suffering of the youth under the NPP government due to the mismanagement of the economy.

In addition, Mahama criticized the free Senior High School (SHS) policy, which he claimed was causing parents more headaches due to poor food quality and short terms associated with the program.

Mahama, who has the best and most experienced to manage the country better, urged delegates in the three constituencies to endorse him massively during the presidential primaries on May 13, 2023, to help him lead the NDC to victory in the 2024 elections.

The former President expressed the hope that the Agona West seat would fall to the NDC in the 2024 elections and commended the sterling performance shown in the 2020 election, which reduced the vote deficit from 12,000 to 2,000.

The Agona West Constituency Chairman of the NDC, Mr. Alex Asiedu Sekormy, pledged that the delegates would give Mahama 100% of the vote during the presidential primaries, and Professor Richard Asiedu, Central Regional Chairman of the NDC, expressed the hope that the NDC would work hard to wrestle power from the NPP in 2024.

The NDC, with John Mahama at the forefront, is hopeful that Ghanaians will once again trust them to rescue the country from the economic hardships brought about by the current government.

 

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