The NDC Will Use ‘All Die Be Die Mantra’ In 2024 Election – NDC Regional Chairman

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The Greater Accra regional chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Ade Coker says the party members want a more aggressive approach to the 2024 elections.

According to him, after what transpired in the 2020 elections, supporters of the NDC have realised that they cannot snatch power from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) if they continue to be docile.

“Ghanaians wanted democracy where people would be amenable to each other, understand and have feelings for each other. So, we have come a long way from that concept. What is happening now is that the NPP is rather bringing violence into politics and that is what our members are getting agitated about,” Ade Coker said on 3FM.

He continued: “They are getting agitated because the NDC of old, people know that we came from a revolutionary background so people expect us to be having some revolutionary zeal but we have become a very gentle and mild party.

“Unfortunately, the last elections has given us the impression that in this country election is now boot for boot, people now have to go to elections with guns and cutlasses and that is not what it should be.

“The all-die-for-die mantra that the NPP espoused has been manifested in the last elections so what my colleagues at the Tema meeting did, you realized from their tone that they believed that we shouldn’t copy NPP but we should also show some aggression, that is what most of pour people are saying we should stop being a church and rather be part of a church and also be part of politics”.

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