Former President John Mahama has told NDC executives not to stand in the way of anyone seeking to contest in the primaries of the party ahead of the 2024 elections.
According to him, the NDC is a democratic party and must therefore be opened to all who feel competent enough to lead.
“From next year, we (NDC) will begin our branch, constituency, regional and national elections. From there we will do our flagbearership elections.”
“The NDC is a democratic party so all those who show interest and qualify to contest must be allowed to do so. We must all support whoever emerges victorious into the 2024 elections, and I am certain that God will give us victory,” the former President said in a Cape Coast where he was for his ‘Thank you tour’ on Thursday.
It comes after reports that former governor of the Central Bank and businessman Dr Kwabena Duffuor is seeking to challenge Mr Mahama for the flagbearer slot of the NDC in the 2024 election.
The team of the former Finance Minister has released a video that shows him asking NDC members to register at their various branches.
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