Ahead of the December 7 elections, the stakes remain high for Ghana's two main opposing parties (NPP and NDC). In our previous publication we assessed what an unexpected loss would mean for President Mahama and the NDC administration. Now, we take a closer look at what could happen should the presidential candidate of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo, lose the general elections.
1. Nana Addo will be the only presidential candidate to lose three consecutive elections (2008, 2012 and maybe 2016) in the political history of Ghana.
2. Nana Addo is likely to retire from active politics considering his age (72 years)
3. Ghanaians will not live to see NPP's one-district-one-factory dream come to pass
4. The NPP will be the only party to have gone into opposition for close to 20 years.
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