President Mahama Has expressed great confidence that he will come out victorious in the upcoming December 7th elections, and that there will not be any run-off votes.
Speaking on URA at the end of his tour of the Upper East Region, President Mahama stated that both he, and the NDC were confident that they would win the coming elections.
“I do think that we have a first chance and I am confident of victory. We have been approaching this very scientifically; we have been doing our own scientific polling and even some of the polling being done by independent people, the numbers are looking great and so I am confident that from what is being done scientifically," said the president.
The president also spoke about how his party has "tailored" their campaign promises to speak to the needs of the populations in every region he's visited, helping him receive a warm welcome in every region he's been in.
“We are looking at issues of concern to people in different regions and so the campaign message is tailored to address the concerns we find in any particular region and the response we have got is very enthusiastic."
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President alluded to the fact that the NDC had been running it's own polls, as well as those of being done by "independent people", all of which pointed to an NDC win in the coming general elections.
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