Controversial legal practitioner, Maurice Ampaw will run the affairs of Ghana in 2024 if all goes according to plan.
The legal practitioner is preparing to quit his legal profession to venture into politics as an independent candidate.
According to him, he will be the first independent candidate to win an election in Ghana.
“I will be the president of Ghana…look at me 2024. I will be the first president who will not join a political party. The first independent candidate [to win elections] in 2014,” he told Lexis Bill in an interview on Drive Time on Joy FM.
“All the other parties will have to break up and come and join me,” he added.
His campaign will focus on helping the poor in the rural areas “and solving people’s problem nationwide.”
Running under the motto: “Truth Stands”, Maurice Ampaw noted that politicians over the years, with the exception of current president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, have not been truthful to Ghanaians.
He said his administration will be a truthful one that will deliver on its political mandate.
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