The New Patriotic Party’s 2024 flagbearer, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has advocated for using the judicial system to resolve disputes in the upcoming general elections, emphasizing Ghana’s role as a peaceful oasis in West Africa.
Dr. Bawumia expressed confidence that Ghana’s legal system for resolving election disputes will guarantee a peaceful conclusion in 2024 despite political differences.
Dr. Bawumia underscored Ghana’s notable position as the most peaceful country in West Africa and the second most peaceful in Africa.
He emphasized the significance of maintaining such a reputation, emphasizing that the upcoming 2024 general elections mark a crucial moment for the nation.
Amidst the challenges faced by neighboring countries, Dr. Bawumia asserted that Ghana stands as a beacon of peace.
He expressed a belief that Ghana’s peace is not coincidental but a result of divine intervention, urging continuous prayers for the country’s peace and stability.
Addressing a congregation at Action Chapel International, Dr. Bawumia highlighted the importance of peaceful elections.
Despite potential differences among political actors, he stressed that Ghana’s tradition involves resolving election-related disputes in court.
He expects the 2024 elections to follow this path, with any challenges being settled through legal means, allowing the nation to move forward peacefully.