The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been named by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) as the party that has the best chance of winning the upcoming general elections.
However, the organization emphasized one stipulation that may make this possibility a reality.
The EIU’s five-year forecast for Ghana announced on April 13, 2022, confirmed this.
According to London-based analysts, the opposition party’s leader, 2020 presidential candidate John Dramani Mahama, will have to step down.
In 2016 and 2020, the former President led the NDC into two unsuccessful election campaigns.
When President Akufo-tenure Addo ends in 2024, the opposition is anticipated to face off against whoever the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) nominates its leaders
Following various difficulties tormenting the public authority including joblessness, a financial slump, and defilement among others, EIU accepts these improvements will fuel residents’ opinions against the decision NPP organization.
“Our benchmark conjecture is that continuous public disappointment with the sluggish speed of upgrades in administration, for example, foundation improvement, work creation and facilitating of defilement will set off the enemy of incumbency factors and push the electorate to look for a change.”
They accept what is going on will shift the equilibrium in the NDC’s approval.
In any case, from their discoveries, the worldwide monetary and political examination consultancy bunch showed that “John Mahama, is considering running once more.”
In their most recent report, the organization expects the “NDC to attempt to revive its possibilities with a new up-and-comer.”
EIU has, previously, properly anticipated accurately the results of Ghana’s decisions in 2008, 2012, 2016, and 2020.