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NDC Flagbearer Race Heats Up Ahead of Ghana’s 2024 Elections

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As Ghana prepares for its next general elections on December 7, 2024, the race for the flagbearer of the country’s largest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), is heating up. With three strong contenders vying for the slot, the competition is fierce.

Former President John Mahama, who lost to the current President Nana Akufo-Addo in 2020, is considered by many to be the frontrunner in the race. In a recent statement aimed at the governing New Patriotic Party, Mahama showed his readiness to take on the challenge of leading the NDC to victory.

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Meanwhile, Dr. Kwabena Duffour, a former Finance minister, is also a serious contender for the flagbearer slot. His campaign team is confident that he has what it takes to upset Mahama and win the primaries. Duffour has been canvassing in the Central region, where he hopes to secure the support of delegates.

Kojo Bonsu, a former Kumasi Metropolitan Chief Executive, is the third candidate in the race. While his campaign has been quieter than the other two candidates, he has been making moves to secure the support of voters in the Western region.

Both Mahama and Duffour have recently been canvassing for delegates’ votes in key regions such as the Greater Accra and Central regions. They have assured their supporters that they will come together and work together after the May 13 vote to face the New Patriotic Party in the next general elections.

In a nutshell, the NDC flagbearer race is heating up, and the outcome is still unpredictable. All three candidates have a shot at winning the primaries, and whoever emerges as the winner will have a tough challenge ahead of them as they seek to unseat the ruling party in the 2024 elections.

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