President Mahama fearlessly declares himself a winner of the elections in Nana Addo's hometown

President Mahama fearlessly declares himself a winner of the elections in Nana Addo's hometown

President John Dramani Mahama's cocksure attitude towards winning the 2016 general elections has been putting off several people but it doesn't seem to faze him.

The presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress boldly declared a win for his party in the 2016 elections.

President Mahama fearlessly declares himself a winner of the elections in Nana Addo's hometown

President Mahama fearlessly declares himself a winner of the elections in Nana Addo's hometown

John Dramani Mahama was speaking at Kyebi, the hometown of Nana Akufo-Addo, the presidential candidate of the largest opposition party, New Patriotic Party.

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According to the president, the numerous developmental projects he has undertaken throughout his first term in office and the warm reception he received at Kyebi are enough assurances that he is on the path to victory in the elections.

“God who chooses a leader. As I said yesterday, God has already decided who will win the 2016 polls as we speak.”

He continued, “He has already decided the winner. And I know by God’s grace, by the grace of Jesus, Insha Allah, 7th December 2016, NDC will win the elections.”

President Mahama fearlessly declares himself a winner of the elections in Nana Addo's hometown

President Mahama fearlessly declares himself a winner of the elections in Nana Addo's hometown

The president seeks to retain office on the bill of the NDC against Nana Akufo-Addo, who is running for the third consecutive time.

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International polls and predictions have, however, predicted a win of Nana Akufo-Addo, the Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) tipped him as the winner as the Goodman poll also did.

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