Mahama: Campaign funds, logistics won’t be diverted in 2020

Former President Mahama

Former President Mahama

Former President John Mahama has assured to ensure that funds and logistics for the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) campaign for election 2020 are not diverted.
“I have noted all our mistakes, we realised campaign funds were diverted, but we have learnt our lessons, we will ensure campaign funds go through the right channel to get the campaign done.

“In 2020, we must rise up and be vigilant, I am confident at the end of the polls, NDC will be declared winner and I also encouraged members and supporters to engage in decent campaigns ahead of the election.

Addressing enthusiastic supporters of the party in the Awutu Senya Constituency where he officially launched his campaign to contest the internal NDC presidential primary, Mr Mahama noted that the party had learnt its lessons and would ensure campaign funds and logistics are used for the intended purpose.

“Let’s all contest because we all have the same aim but let us allow party supporters to elect who they wish as our aim is one, it will be unnecessary to verbally attack one another because we support different aspirants.

“After, both winners and losers will unite to contest election 2020, my other brothers will also come to you, when they do, listen to them quietly, see what they can also do, as for who is good enough to lead the NDC, we will find out on the day of election.

The former President formally declared his intention to contest the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) presidential primary after his letter of intent was presented to the party on his behalf by a delegation led by former Ambassador, Daniel Ohene Agyekum at the NDC headquarters.

Former President Mahama joins other high profile aspirants within the NDC including Sylvester Mensah, former Chief Executive Officer of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA),, and Nadowli Kaleo MP, Alban Bagbin, Second Deputy Speaker and Member of Parliament (MP) for Nadowli/Kaleo, Dr. Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, former Minister of Trade and Industry Minister and Joshua Alabi, former Vice Chancellor of the University for Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA).

Others are Kweku Ricketts-Hagan, MP for Cape Coast South and former Deputy Minister of Finance, Nurudeen Iddrisu, a banker and oil and gas consultant, Stephen Atubiga, a member of the NDC communications team, Elikplim Agbemava, a legal practitioner and David Kuwadah, a businessman.

The NDC is expected to elect its presidential candidate on December 7, 2018 –

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