In order to run in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidential elections scheduled for May 13, 2023, John Mahama has submitted his nomination forms.
In the presence of other national executives of the party, Professor Joshua Alabi delivered the paperwork on his behalf to Fiifi Kwetey, the party’s general secretary.
Professor Joshua Alabi addressed a crowd of NDC supporters following and reassured them that they are striving to ensure a smooth collation of election results.
Prof. Alabi continued by saying that the NDC would win the 2024 election with a landslide.
“We assure you that NDC will win hands down, we are not only going to win hands down but by 1AM we will be sure of our results.
“We are going to work with all the organs to make sure that the next election we give the party one-touch victory,” the former Vice Chancellor of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) said.
It would be recalled that John Mahama picked nominating papers few weeks ago to stand for the NDC presidential primary. The race has three additional participants.
Kojo Bonsu, a former mayor of Kumasi, businessman Ernest Kwaku Krobea, and Dr. Kwabena Duffour, a former finance minister, have all chosen to run for office.
From 1997 to 2001, Duffour served as finance minister for the late former president Jerry John Rawlings. From 2009 to 2013, he served as finance minister for the late president Atta Mills.
In the meantime, Prof. Alabi asked party members to cast as many votes as possible for John Mahama in the next NDC nomination contest.