General Mosquito claims NDC can easily win if an election was held today

General Mosquito claims NDC can easily win if an election was held today

The general secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has argued that his party would easily win if elections were held in Ghana today.

In an interaction with Godfred Akoto Boafo on Citi TV‘s current affairs program, Face to Face, Asiedu, also known as General Mosquito, explained that the current political atmosphere in Ghana is calling for a change.

The call for change, he went on, is one that makes the NDC the favourite political party of the majority of Ghanaians.

Photo of General Mosquito and an inscription attached to it.

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Speaking in an interview, Mr. Asiedu Nketia was of the view that if elections were held now, the NPP will be out of office.

He went on to say that the results of the 2016 elections will not have any direct effect on the 2020 elections.

Some Ghanaians did not however entirely agree with him on his reasons, and they expressed their opinions on social media.

Ofei stated General Mosquito is only thinking as a baby boy

To Mensah, General Mosquito's comment is very funny

Real agreed with General Mosquito, and believed his comment was true

Ranieri was greatful to God that General Mosquito did not say the NDC will be in office

Oppong was doubtful NDC will get 20% if elections were held today

Kwabena was not too sure he liked the idea of NDC returning to power

Moses was curious as to what the NDC would offer Ghanaians if it assumes office

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