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Goosie Tanoh predicts Mahama’s victory in 2024 election

Augustus Goosie Tanoh, a founding member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has expressed optimism that former President John Dramani Mahama will win the 2024 elections to unite the country beyond ethnic, religious, and age distinctions.

Addressing party members at the CUA hall in Ajumako in the Central Region to mark the June 4th anniversary, Goosie Tanoh said the sacrifices made on June 4, 1979, which led to the birth of the Fourth Republic, should unite the NDC and propel the country from its difficulties.

He emphasized that the “unity” sought is not just within the NDC party but a unification of the nation, especially the youth and women, to build a better Ghana.

Goosie Tanoh noted that the country is facing a deep economic crisis, including high unemployment, poverty, corruption, economic mismanagement, and a struggling currency, and urged the need to rescue the country.

He paid homage to some cadres for their contributions to the PNDC and NDC and advised the youth and all NDC members to be vigilant before and during the 2024 polls.

“Cadres know all about vigilance. We will be vigilant in December and ensure that the Electoral Commission, the Ghana Police Service, National Security, and the courts do their jobs and give Ghanaians peaceful, free, and fair elections,” he said.