Former John Dramani Mahama is a serial loser and is bound to lose the 2020 elections to current President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, New Patriotic Party (NPP) scribe has predicted.
According to lawyer Sulley Sambian, there is no way the torchbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) can beat Akufo-Addo in the 2020 elections envisaging that he will return as the party’s candidate in 2024 but will still be floored by whoever emerges as NPP’s flagbearer.
The North East Regional Secretary, observes that the hard work of the current government has already drowned the fortunes of the NDC ahead of the 2020 polls indicating that it will only take a miracle for them to win after 2028.
In reaction to a comment to a comment, Mahama is the chosen one for 2020 polls he said “this reminds me about the biblical story of King Saul and King David. God anointed Saul as King. Same God took the crown from Saul even when he was still alive and handed over to David.
I don’t remember Saul becoming king after King David. What I remember, however, is that David ruled till his full time. If God grants us life till 9th December 2020 prophecy will meet time and Nana Addo will emerge victorious in 2020 ELECTIONS. What I know, and again if God grants us life is that JM will be the NDC’s presidential candidate in the 2024 elections and above”
Meanwhile, the former President is optimistic he will defeat the current President if the Electoral Commission (EC) fairly conducts the 2020 polls.
“I am sure that and I can say confidently that if the elections are free and fair in 2020 in this country, NDC will win the election”, he disclosed recently at a retreat for some leaders of the party in Tamale covered by MyNewsGh.com.
He called for a level playing field by the Electoral Commission (EC) by conducting the 2020 polls in a free, fair and transparent manner to give equal opportunities for the contesting political parties to be able to win.
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