NDC Contest: Mahama Should Go Unopposed

A former Northern Regional Organizer of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Godfred Apasinaba Wumbei alias Yellowman contends that former President John Dramani Mahama should not be challenged as the party's 2024 Presidential candidate.

He insists that Mr. Mahama is the most marketed politician in Ghana capable of winning the next general elections 'one-touch.'

Godfred Wumbei, who is eyeing the NDC Northern Regional Chairman position, believes the NDC was robbed of the 2020 polls, hence the need to endorse John Dramani Mahama by popular acclamation for the 2024 Presidential election.

Accusing the New Patriotic Party (NPP) of economic mismanagement, he advised other NDC Presidential hopefuls to drop their ambitions and rather support Mr. Mahama to win the next election.

Godfred Wumbei urged all NDC loyalists to ignore critics of Mr. Mahama's recent infamous "do or die" comment and be motivated to match the NPP boot to boot at the 2024 polls.

"In Cambridge dictionary, do or die means a situation when one takes a big risk to avoid failure.
Again Collins Dictionary states that do or die means a battle/struggle that involves a determined effort to succeed. This clearly shows our opponents were trying to throw the dust into the eyes of Ghanaian's who are already disappointed in the Akuffo Addo-led govt."

"We stand by the do or die comment come 2024 because the wanton failure of the NPP government can only be salvaged if we remain resolute and vigilant to the course of victory for our great party."