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Rejoice not against me: Akufo-Addo cautions NDC over current crisis.

Due to the nation’s current economic challenges, some opponents have begun to rejoice, according to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

He emphasized that some of these opponents, particularly those within the National Democratic Congress (NDC), believe that the government is powerless to help the nation out of its current predicament.

The President, however, noted that this is comparable to how those same individuals wrote him off before he was elected president in 2016 and re-elected in 2020.

“I know that there are people especially the National Democratic Congress who have begun to celebrate already because of the difficulties of the country,” he said in an interview on Nandom FM on Monday, August 22.

“One swallow does not make a summer. Tell them. They shouldn’t hesitate. They have been writing me off all my political career.

“I could never make it. I couldn’t win. I have won twice and I am going to win again for the party in December 2024.”

During a business visit to the Upper West Region, President Akufo-Addo expressed his desire to ensure that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will take over as the nation’s government in 2025.

He consequently promised to do everything in his power to help the party’s leadership achieve this, including helping to lead the nation out of the economic crisis.

He wants the NPP to be able to emerge unhurt from its presidential primary.

“Let’s create the conditions for a fair, transparent process, one that will enable us after the competition to unite. We want out of that process somebody who will come, who will have the capacity to unite our party and put it in a position to confront the traditional opponent the National Democratic Congress and beat the National Democratic Congress in December 2024.”

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