The polls say I’m winning – Mahama


Prez Mahama

President John Mahama has said several pre-election polls have predicted victory for him and the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 7 December polls.

In an article, Mr Mahama said: “I am expecting a resounding victory in the upcoming elections as predicted by various polls we have conducted since June 2016 – a win for me, as President and a working majority in Parliament for the National Democratic Congress.”

“This victory will be a victory for Ghanaians and for those yet to be born. It will certainly not be my personal victory for a second and final term. It will also be victory for the teeming volunteers, students, the youth, workers, drivers, traders, businessmen and women, traditional and religious leaders who have contributed in diverse ways to bring us up to the strong position we find ourselves in today.

“I will continue to be President for all Ghanaians and open the opportunities our country offers to all, irrespective of ethnicity, gender, partisan or religious affiliation.

“In the midst of campaign sloganeering and thunderous applause by large crowds, drumming and dancing, my short but very private moments with boys and girls accompanying their parents and guardians and the elderly who walk to me at the rally grounds and during whistle stops, are always profound and indelible moments. I cherish them.

“In my autobiography after 2021, God willing, some of the thoughts we share would certainly feature.


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