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NDC ELECTIONS: John Mahama files Presidential Nomination Forms (PICS)

Presidential Hopeful for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama has filed his nomination forms at the party’s headquarters in Accra.


Campaign Manager, Prof. Joshua Alabi together with some NDC bigwigs filed the nomination forms on behalf of candidate, John Dramani Mahama on Tuesday.


Addressing the NDC Election Committee, Prof. Joshua Alabi said "Just as we are not going to cheat anybody, we are also not ready to be cheated by body"


Prof. Alabi told the media that he was cofident that candidate, John Mahama will be elected to lead the party in 2024 upcoming Presidential Elections.


"This campaign is your campain. This campaign is my campaign and I know we will go round the country and talk to our prople."


"Even if it's 51%, 60%, 70%, 80% or 90%, he has won but we want 99.999%" he added.


Prof. Joshua Alabi was optimistic that the next John Mahama administration when elected into office will not only clear debts owed by the Akufo-Addo administration but also make life comfortable for the ordinary Ghanaian.


Receiving the nomination forms, General Secretary of the NDC, Fiifi Kwetey charged followers of the John Mahama team to exhibit good behaviours to avoid misunderstandings and fights.


He thanked the John Dramani Mahama team for presenting the nomination forms and wished them well.


Fiifi Kwetey charged the party faithful to rally behind whoever the party chooses as its Presidential Candidate in order to secure victory in the upcoming December 2024 Presidential Elections.


He believed that the new Mahama administration will save the Ghana from collapsing.


Present at the filing of John Mahama's presidential nomination forms were the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ablekuma South Constituency, Alfred Oko Vanderpuije among some other NDC bigwigs.


Libation was also poured by some wulomei to signify a peaceful filing of Presidential nomination forms for Candidate, John Dramani Mahama.


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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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