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NDC is going to inherit a very difficult situation in 2025 from the NPP – John Mahama

John Dramani Mahama, the flagbearer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), outlined his thoughts and plans for the upcoming December 2024 elections and the potential challenges awaiting his party should they secure victory.

With a focus not only on campaigning but also on the aftermath of the election, Mahama emphasized the daunting task of governing amid what he described as a dire economic situation left behind by the current administration.

“I am thinking of the elections in December 2024 and I am thinking of our campaigns, but am thinking more of 8th January 2025 after we have won the elections and been sworn in as president,” Mahama stated, highlighting his forward-looking approach to governance.

Acknowledging the scale of the challenges ahead, Mahama candidly addressed the state of the economy, asserting, “NDC is going to inherit a very difficult situation.” He emphasized the need for unity within the party and urged Ghanaians to recognize the magnitude of the issues facing the nation. “It will take all of us to stand together to let Ghanaians know the mess we are inheriting from the NPP,” he added.

Mahama criticized the current administration’s management of the economy, suggesting that the true extent of the challenges would only become apparent once they leave office. “The economic situation we are seeing now is not what it’s,” he remarked, hinting at underlying issues that may surface once power changes hands.

Addressing a particularly contentious issue, Mahama commented on the recurring power outages, locally known as “dumsor,” accusing the NPP of mishandling the situation. “They, the NPP, are playing it like football,” he remarked, alluding to the perceived lack of seriousness in addressing the issue. He reminded the public that during his tenure, the NDC successfully resolved the dumsor crisis before handing over power to the NPP in 2016.

Mahama’s remarks underscored his commitment to addressing the multifaceted challenges facing Ghana, from economic instability to energy crises. As the campaign season heats up, his vision for a brighter future resonates with supporters who look to him for leadership in navigating the nation through turbulent times.

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