The Managing Editor of the Daily Dispatch Newspaper, Ben Ephson has suggested to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to retain the team that almost won the 2020 elections.
Speaking on Accra-based Starr FM, pollster Ben Ephson indicated that the NDC will do itself good if they carry on with the same team that went into the 2020 December polls.
According to him, the internal jostling to replace its 2020 presidential candidate John Mahama must as a matter of urgency stop.
“The party did very well than expected from my perspective. They must find out why they attracted more floating voters and how they could have done better.” “This is not the time to try and settle personal scores. Many people have started jostling already post John Mahama but that’s not what they should be doing now,” he said on the Morning Starr.
“The point is you don’t change a winning team. If nomination opens again for national executives, I’m sure if you’re a voter, you’ll vote for those who brought you on the brink of victory.” “I think that in the aftermath of the election, talking to people in the party, I think what they are looking at is could they have done better in 2020? And then looking forward to 2024.”