With barely a week to a fierce general election, Ghana's two main presidential candidates, John Dramani Mahama of the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC) and Nana Addo of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) are doing the best they could to outdo each other in the polls.
This election will definitely see only one candidate emerge winner. So what if the NPP presidential candidate wins the elections? We take a look at what it would mean for President Mahama and his NDC.
A Nana Addo presidency will, first of all, see the end to Mahama's presidential dream. The NDC could consider another replacement as presidential candidate come the 2020 elections.
A Nana Addo presidency could see various commissions of enquiry opened against Mahama's signed contracts.
A Nana Addo presidency will mean Mahama won't be able to determine the wars Ghana fights.
A Nana Addo presidency will see Mahama's dream of providing tablets to students shattered
A Nana Addo presidency could see Mahama's one-house-one-meter not come true
And finally, a Nana Addo presidency could see overall debt of Mahama's administration revealed to Ghanaians.