The present President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo is hopeful of a high avalanche of triumph for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2020 decision.
Talking at the authorizing of the Anyaa LA school perplexing as a major aspect of his voyage through the Greater Accra Region, he stated, “I will request your persistent help for my gathering and for my administration, for it is that help that fortifies me in the work I am doing.
“[For] the one million contrast in 2016, we are going to build it based on the work that I am doing… All the individuals who said that I would not be capable or I couldn’t satisfy my guarantees, I trust that one by one, they are seeing that they weren’t right.”
The discussion about whether Akufo-Addo will look for re-appointment surfaced after the president told Journalists at the Jubilee House a year ago that he may not be on the vote in 2020.
The President had been remarking on dangers by a gathering of illicit excavators that they will cast a ballot him out in the following race due to his steadfast crusade against dangerous unlawful mining exercises.
Akufo-Addo said the illicit excavators require not stress since he may not be on the tally in the following decision.
“I’ve been told there are young fellows who have said they voted in favor of me and on the off chance that I proceed down thusly they can make certain that they won’t vote in favor of me again in 2020.
“All things considered, the 2020 vote; it’s not demonstrate if Akufo-Addo’s innocence will be on the poll in any case and regardless of whether his name is on the tally, this won’t be the motivation behind why I’ll stop, I’m going to proceed with,” the President had said.
Others, particularly individuals from the resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC), have refered to the President’s age, 74, as a reason for encouraging him to venture down.
Be that as it may, from that point forward, top government spokespersons have reliably tried to propose that the President will be on the 2020 ticket.
Vice president of Staff, Abu Jinapor, said in August a year ago he is excitedly envisioning a triumph for the NPP in 2020, with President Nana Akufo-Addo pronounced the victor of the presidential surveys.
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