NDC would win power if Ghanaians vote today – Kofi Adams - Politics


The National Organiser of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams, is confident that the party would return to power if Ghanaians were made to vote today.

According to him, many Ghanaians are desperate to see the NDC return to power, having experienced the indifferent governance of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

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His comments were in relation to the latest Afrobarometer survey report which suggests majority of Ghanaians still prefer the NPP to the NDC.

The survey report which was released by the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) revealed that about half of the respondents would go in for the ruling NPP if elections were to be conducted today.


NDC National Organiser, Kofi Adams


According to the report, 49% of those surveyed said they would vote for the NPP, whiles only 22% said they would vote for the NDC.

However, Mr. Adams has dismissed the verdict of the Afrobarometer survey insisting it is not a true reflection of what Ghanaians want.

He argued that such a biased institution cannot be trusted to conduct credible surveys, the reason for which the NDC has boycotted anything the CDD does.

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He said the NDC has been better organized since losing the 2016 elections and stressed that the party would be voted into power if elections were held.

According to him, the party is not distraught by the CDD’s survey, adding that “we are working hard to save this country.” 

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