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You must emerge stronger to face 2024 Elections after Supreme Court ruling on 2020 Election Petition – CLDG to John Mahama  

The CEO for Center for Leadership and Democratic Governance CLDG, Mr. Apatsea Isaac Kwasi has urged John Mahama to use the experience accrued from the 2020 Election Petition to prepare well to face 2024 general elections.

 

Mr. Apatsea Isaac Kwasi advised John Mahama to quickly put in a legal team now to study the outcome of the 2020 General Elections to build plans for any future Elections.

 

He again said John Mahama is the best and most sold personality in the NDC and must be allowed to contest unopposed if the NDC really want to win the 2024 general elections.

 

Mr. Apatsea Isaac Kwasi of CLDG further said NPP won favour from the Ghanaian voter after the 2012 Elections petition. When the NPP lost at the supreme Court they were fully armed to face future Elections hence they winning the 2016 and 2020 general elections.

 

Now the Supreme Court has established that it is not compelling for the first respondent the Electoral Commission to testify in court to establish witness all that the court needs is a declared results by the EC since all the political parties had equal representation during the conduct and the collation of the election results. The NDC must invest in human resource development to duly prepare human resource to handle the 2024 Elections and any future Elections.

 

CLDG is positively saying that if the NDC maintain John Mahama as the Presidential candidate for NDC and proper electoral Officers in place in 2024 defeat will be out of their dictionary. Any agenda by even the one who conduct the Election to affect the chances of the NDC will fall flat.

 

For further details call 0244853076 Mr. Apatsea Isaac Kwasi, CEO of CLDG.

 

 

Source: Thepressradio.com/Ahadzi Emmanuel

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