Bawumia will win the 2024 elections with over 50% of the votes – Dan Botwe

Dan Botwe, the Campaign Chairman for Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has expressed optimism about the chances of the Vice President.

Dan Botwe

He said the Vice President and flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will win the 2024 general elections.

Mr. Botwe, who previously held the position of Local Government Minister, asserts that the NPP is poised to assume governance and secure a majority vote in the upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections.

Addressing reporters in Accra, Dan Botwe expressed his conviction that the NPP will break the eight-year election cycle jinx and emerge victorious.

He emphasized the party’s commitment to diligent efforts aimed at achieving their objectives, including securing a majority of the 275 parliamentary seats.


“…We will work very hard to make sure that we achieve our objectives. And we shall win the majority of the 275 seats in Parliament and over 50 percent in the presidential election.”

While addressing the media after a meeting with his campaign and manifesto teams, the flagbearer, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, was also optimistic that he will win the December polls, stating that the NPP has a better performance record compared with the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

“We have the vision and we have the record, and it is very clear in the exhilarating speech that was given by the president at the State of the Nation Address. As I listened to the president, it was very clear that we have outperformed the NDC government in every single sector. I can’t see even one sector where they outperformed us.”

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia will face off against John Dramani Mahama of the opposition National Democratic Congress in the polls that are expected to come off on December 7.

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