Mahama will lose again on the off chance that he drives NDC in 2024 – Akpaloo

Head of the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG) Kofi Percival Akpaloo has scrutinized the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr John Dramani Mahama for hauling the Electoral Commission of Ghana(EC) to court.

He expressed that Mr Mahama ought to have been the principal individual to have praised President Akufo Addo for winning the official races and furthermore lauded the Chairperson of EC, Mrs Jean Mensah for leading a free, reasonable, and quiet political decision.

Kofi Akpaloo in a meeting with Nana Okyere Awurukuo Bensiabo on Onua FM Yen Sempa morning show on Wednesday 27, January, portrayed the 2020 general races as free and reasonable and asked why the previous President would imagine that the outcomes were undermined.

He tested why Mr Mahama would request of the peak court over the official political decision results after he had lost with more than 500,000 votes.

The LPG banner carrier affirmed that the previous president went to court just to conscientize allies of his gathering and also initiate the gathering authority to pick him to lead the gathering in the 2024 general races.

“The truth of the matter is that the previous president just needs to conscientize NDC devotees and demonstrates to them that the EC undercut the political race results.

“However, now and again I do comprehend what Mr Mahama and the NDC initiative is doing since, in such a case that they don’t do that Mahama can’t be picked to lead the gathering in 2024 he repeated,” he said.

Mr Akpaloo further expressed that the NDC could choose the previous president for challenge general decisions in Ghana however many occasions as they need yet he would not win.

He demanded that the NDC just win races in Ghana through gear yet the framework set up doesn’t uphold and permit fixing consequently his unfaltering position that the NDC would remain in resistance for over 100years.

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