Former President John Dramani Mahama has reiterated that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) will win the 2024 elections.
Mr. Mahama posited that the umbrella family had learnt bitter lessons from the 2020 elections and that would inform them on how to approach the next elections.
He told supporters of the NDC in the Western Region on Thursday, October 14, as part of his thank-you tour that “So, when I said do or die, I meant we will work hard.”
“I strongly believe that God will give us victory in the next elections,” he added.
The former president further admonished members of the party to partake in the upcoming internal elections to elect executives ahead of the next general elections.
“This is a party that believes in the rule of law and is law-abiding, and so when the time comes, and you feel qualified, you can partake in the exercise, ” the 2020 presidential candidate of the NDC added.
He also bemoaned the cost of living in the country saying: “Fuel costs are rising, every day the pump prices go up,” he said in a meeting with chiefs in the Eastern region as part of his thank-you tour.
“This year many unions are unhappy with the negotiations that took place where a paltry 4 per cent was given to them” when those of Article 71 officeholders have been given wider increment.
“Even though you do free SHS you have no jobs for them to do when they come out. Times are hard and people suffering, food prices are going up. every day the prices are increasing,” he stressed.