The 4 greatest fears of Mahama ahead of 2016 elections

The 4 greatest fears of Mahama ahead of 2016 elections

The life of President Mahama is faced with huge responsibilities. With barely 99 days to the general elections, John Dramani Mahama could be faced with these 4 greatest fears.

1. Defeat in December elections

The 4 greatest fears of Mahama ahead of 2016 elections

Should he lose the 2016 general elections, President Mahama will remain the only president in the fourth republic to get voted out in his first term in office. This the president is doing everything possible to prevent by leading an intensive campaign just so he woos Ghanaians to voting for him.

Impeachment

The 4 greatest fears of Mahama ahead of 2016 elections

The days of president Mahama are carefully numbered. Not just with regards the elections but also the decision by the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) to start an impeachment process against him.

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The move follows the controversial Ford Expedition gift scandal involving Mahama and a Burkinabe contractor. Should the impeachment process succeed, Mahama will be the only president in Ghana's political history to be impeached.

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Election violence

The 4 greatest fears of Mahama ahead of 2016 elections

Ghana has made enough progress to prevent a post-election violence. But with the 2016 general elections getting intense by the minute, fears are rife that Ghana could plunge to violence especially when both major political parties have locked horns in the race to the Flagstaff House.

Return of Dumsor

The 4 greatest fears of Mahama ahead of 2016 elections

Unfortunately for President Mahama, the nightmare of a power crisis is determinant on the decision by the Volta River Authority (VRA) and the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDco). So far, these power regulators reveal that Ghana has enough power to prevent an energy crisis. But what if it was the reverse?

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