Ben Ephson, a Ghanaian journalist and elections pollster, has brazenly stated that the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP) will cry in the 2024 elections after making a major choice in the Ashanti Region.
Ben Ephson said on Kessben TV/Radio during a discussion about the New Patriotic Party’ s internal elections that the NPP will cry in the 2024 elections since they elected to re- elect Chairman Wontumi as their Ashanti Regional Chairman.
According to Been Ephson, the evidence and science suggest that Wontumi failed in the previous elections and hence shouldn’ t have been re- elected. ” I’ m not sure why the NPP opted to re- elect Chairman Wontumi as the Ashanti Region’ s regional chairman. What I know is that they will beg forgiveness in the 2024 elections for the Ashanti Region decision.
In 2016, Chairman Wontumi granted the NPP 76 percent of the vote, but by 2020, it had decreased to 71%. The NDC wins elections in Ashanti Region whenever the NPP’ s vote falls below 70%, so it’ s up to them. ” This was bluntly exposed by Ben Ephson.
The New Patriotic Party is hopeful that one of Bawumia or Alan Kyeremanteng would be elected as the party’ s flag bearer. In other news, Kevin Taylor, the host of ” With All Due Respect” and CEO of Loud Silence Media, delivered a surprising letter to election pollster Ben Ephson after Ben predicted John Mahama.
Ben Ephson has earned John Mahama that if he keeps Prof. Jane Naana Opoku as his running mate, he will lose the 2024 elections. Mahama should choose one of his rivals as running companion, he notified.
“Mahama would have to rebrand himself because (winning the 2024 general elections ) with the same running mate will be touch”
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