Former presidential aspirant sure of winning the 2024 general elections to save Ghana

A former Presidential aspirant Kofi Koranteng, says he has what it takes to lead Ghana to the Promise Land in the general elections slated for December 7, 2024. Speaking on the satirical show, Thank God Its Friday with KSM, he further revealed his blueprint to put the country’s ailing economy back on track.

The entrepreneur was among some five independent candidates barred from contesting the December 7 2020 general elections by the Electoral Commission over errors with his nomination forms, and other infractions which is being investigated by the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police Service after he paid his GHC.100, 000 filing fee.

This to him smacks of alleged suspicion on the part of the Electoral Commission in manipulating some individuals who vied for the Presidency.

In a conversation on the KSM Show, he attributed his quest for political power to assurances from the country’s teeming youth.

According to him, he is better placed to reverse the country’s dwindling fortunes if given the nod in 2024 since both the ruling New Patriotic Party and opposition party the National Democratic Congress have failed miserably.

Story by George Yawson Vineh

February 5, 2023

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