A large number of National Democratic Congress (NDC) delegates flocked to the streets to meet Dr. Kwabena Duffuor, who wants to be the party’s next flagbearer.
As part of his statewide tour in advance of the NDC’s presidential election on May 13, 2023, the former minister of finance is currently in the area.
Dr. Kwabena Duffuor is anticipated to visit all 18 seats in the Northern Region, according to a report from asaaseradio.com, to spread his message to opposition party members.
Dr. Duffuor asserted to delegates in the Tamale South constituency that he is the best candidate in the NDC to seize political power from the ruling New Patriotic Party on their behalf (NPP).
“Despite the ongoing economic crisis, the current government has given little attention to the plight of Ghanaians.
Grant me a decisive win on May 13, 2023, so that I can revive the economy and allow Ghanaians to exhale.
One of the Duffuor campaign team members, Yaw Boateng Gyan, took advantage of the occasion to implore the delegates not to listen to those advocating that President John Dramani Mahama run unchallenged.
He emphasised that Dr. Duffuor’s entry into the race is predicated on the fact that he is a founding member of the NDC, making him more than qualified to run.
“It is impossible to minimise his significant contributions to the party. Dr. Kwabena Duffuor made a significant contribution to the party’s success during his tenure as finance minister in the NDC administration, and as flagbearer, he will lead the party and the nation to a position of advancement and prosperity.
In the ballot, Dr. Duffuor is ranked third. So look to position three on your ballot on May 13, 2023, and select Dr. Kwabena Duffour as your candidate, he advised.
John Dramani Mahama, a former president of Ghana, and Kojo Bonsu, a former mayor of Kumasi, are the other two candidates in the NDC presidential primary alongside Dr. Kwabena Duffuor.
He has visited the Volta and Oti Regions recently, and he will likely visit the North East and Savannah Regions after meeting with NDC delegates in the Northern Region.