Stephen Ntim, a stalwart of the ruling New Patriotic Party(NPP) has said the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is in a rush to come to power only to misappropriate state funds and enrich themselves.
According to reports by Kasapafmonline.com, Ntim said Mahama and the NDC should forget about the 2020 elections and maybe concentrate on 2024 or 2028
Touching on the 2020 election which promise to be keenly contested between the two leading political parties, Ntim stated that President Akufo Addo will once again trounce ex President Mahama who has been elected as the NDC Flagbearer.
“I think NDC is in a misguided haste to come to power in 2020 to create, loot and share, and Mahama should forget about the 2020 elections in my honest opinion and maybe concentrate on 2024 or 2028 etc,” he said
Ntim also added that former president and flag bearer elect of the NDC, was not match for President Akufo-Addo.
“Well Mahama is no match for Nana Addo. In fact, he has never been a match for him. Mahama should not tickle himself that he beat Nana Addo in 2012. We all saw what happened in court. After Ghanaians saw the wicked modus operandi of the NDC we saw the outcome in 2016 and we will do that again in 2020,” Ntim added.
The certified results from the Electoral Commission indicated that former President John Dramani Mahama secured 95.23 per cent endorsement, to lead the National Democratic Congress (NDC) as flagbearer to Election 2020.
Mahama polled 213,487 votes representing 95.23 percent of the total valid votes cast with the other six contenders managing with about 4 percent.
Coming second was Professor Joshua Alabi who had a total of 3,404 votes representing 1.52 per cent, the Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Mr Alban S.K. Bagbin followed in third position with a total of 2,301 votes representing 1.03 per cent. Goosie Tanoh came fourth with a total of 2,091 votes representing 0.93 per cent.
Mr Ekwow Spio Garbrah was fifth with 1,447 votes representing 0.65 per cent as against 934 votes by Sylvester Mensah in the sixth position representing 0.42 percent, and Alhaji Nurudeen Alhassan was seventh with 520 votes representing 0.23 per cent.
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