We’ll win the 2024 elections by 52% if polls were held today – Asiedu Nketiah predicts

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The National Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, has claimed that if national elections were held today, the NDC would win.

Although the party is certain of winning, he says, its main priority is to make sure the election process runs smoothly and transparently.

On Thursday, May 23, he said in an interview with JoyNews, “Our message has been well-received. Everybody has got their opportunity.

“The opinion polls are out, and all signs point to a decisive victory for the NDC. However, as a Russian president once said, ‘Those who vote decide nothing; those who count the votes decide everything.’

“Therefore, our attention is on those who will count the votes and those who will ensure security, so the elections can proceed smoothly. That’s our priority.”

Nketiah mentioned that various credible polls, not just local ones, corroborate the NDC’s anticipated triumph.

“Our confidence stems from this. We’re projected to win 52% of the vote this month. With free and fair elections, we expect a 52% win, which would be a clear victory.”

The Electoral Commission (EC) was encouraged to resolve concerns over the missing Biometric Verification Readers (BVRs) by the National Chairman of the NDC.

He said that persistent disagreements would be resolved and confidence in the election process would be strengthened by the EC’s openness and response to these issues.

“They are fully capable of addressing these demands without complications. Their reluctance to be forthcoming is troubling and will remain so. 

“I believe that transparency would have resolved these issues long ago if there was nothing to conceal,” he added.

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com

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