NDC will lose 2024 elections if we continue to talk about 2020 defeat - Former Aspiring NDC MP

NDC will lose 2024 elections if we continue to talk about 2020 defeat - Former Aspiring NDC MP

- Sadat Ahmed Anwel has disclosed that the party stands the risk of losing the 2024 general elections

- According to him, that will surely happen if members continue to engage in unnecessary debates

- Anwel indicated that what can increase the winning chances of the party in the next election is to engage in effective reorganization exercise

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A former aspiring parliamentary candidate for the Asokwa Constituency on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, Sadat Ahmed Anwel has disclosed that the party stands the risk of losing the 2024 general elections.

According to him, that will surely happen if members continue to engage in unnecessary debates over the December 7, 2020 general elections.

Speaking in an interview with YEN.com.gh's King Amoah, Anwel indicated that what can increase the winning chances of the party in the next election is to engage in an effective reorganization exercise.

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NDC will loose 2024 elections, if we continue to talk about 2020 defeat - Former Aspiring NDC MP

NDC will loose 2024 elections, if we continue to talk about 2020 defeat - Former Aspiring NDC MP
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Anwel indicated that if not for the Electoral Commission, the party would have won the 2020 general elections because they pulled a lot of votes.

He added that the act by the EC should not dampen the spirits of the party members, instead renew their hope to work harder than before to realize the party's vision.

Sadat Anwel said the NDC's performance in the 2020 elections has shown how Ghanaians love and want the NDC to come power.

Anwel hinted that the only alternative measure to bring the NDC into power is to stay resolute and focused to embark on an effective reorganization process to ensure their dreams come to fruition.

In other news, Justin Amenuvor, the lawyer for the Electoral Commission (EC) in the 2020 election petition trial has moved for the closure of the case.

Addressing the court after the cross-examination of Rojo Mettle-Nunoo, John Dramani Mahama’s third witness in the trial, Amenuvor said the commission does not wish to lead any further evidence in the case.

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“It is the first respondent’s case that we do not wish to lead any further evidence and therefore we are praying that this matter proceeds under Oder 36 Rule 43 and CI 87 rule 3 (e) 5, we hereby and on that basis close our case,” he stated.

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