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ByEunice Hilda Ampomah, GNA
Accra, Dec. 17, GNA –Former President John Dramani Mahama on Monday clearly filed his nominationform to challenge the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Presidential Primariesagainst seven added aspirants.
Former PresidentMahama submitted his Nomination anatomy accustomed by all the 275 Constituencies,ten banker’s abstract anniversary admired at GH¢30,000.00 and a Curriculum Vitae to theNational Executive Committee at the party’s headquarters.
Speaking to newsmenafter the presentation, Mr Mahama said “the accomplish had become aggressive andwas advantageous to the advance of the party”.
He apprenticed to workethically afore and afterwards he had won the elections to advance the integrityof the party, “I acknowledge all those who brash me to challenge and not to contestand I affiance to conduct myself in a way that will be aces of theirrecommendation”.
Mr Johnson AsieduNketia, NDC General Secretary, who accustomed the forms on account of the NationalExecutive Committee, accustomed the form.
Mr Asiedu Nketia saidthe NDC would not disqualify any applicant for accounting mistakes, about theforms would be advised into capacity for acquiescence and requirements, afterwhich the candidates would be arrive for vetting.
He explained thatafter the vetting, the candidates would be arrive for the acclamation ofpositions on the acclamation paper.
The NDC GeneralSecretary said the candidates or their adumbrative would be complex in theprocesses of press the acclamation papers, and that, bendable copies of the voter’slist would be fabricated accessible to the candidates for their campaignpurposes.
Other candidates whofiled to attempt were: Mr Alban Sumani Bagbin, Second Deputy Speaker ofParliament and Professor Joshua Alabi, Above Vice-Chancellor of the Universityof Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA).
So far, eightstalwarts of the NDC are action accessible to challenge the Party’s presidentialprimaries slated for January 26, 2019.
They are Mr GoosieTanoh, above President John Dramani Mahama, Mr Stephen Atubiga, Mr SylvesterMensah, Mr Ekwow Spio-Garbrah and Mr Nurudeen Idrissu.
Meanwhile, two of theaspirants who initially declared their ambition to contest, Mr Elikplim L.Agbemava and above Metropolitan Chief Executive of Kumasi, Mr Kojo Bonsu, haveopted out.
Mr Agbemava, inannouncing his decision, said he had absitively to bandy his weight abaft formerPresident Mahama.
Mr Bonsu, on the otherhand, in a statement, said the accommodation to opt out was as a aftereffect of“considerable application and reflection”.
Mr Bonsu said: “I willlike to acknowledge the Council of Elders for their alert acknowledgment to our petitionregarding the flagbearership election.
“It is with deepregret that afterwards ample application and reflection, I accept absitively toend my attack for the flagbearership of the NDC today”.