- General secretary of the NDC has revealed his presidential ambitions ahead of the 2020 elections
- Asiedu Nketiah believes he is the best candidate to the lead the NDC into power
General secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Asiedu Nketiah, seems to be eyeing the position of being president of the republic of Ghana.
The general secretary, known in political circles as General Mosquito says he has the needed experience and exposure that can catapult the opposition party into victory come the 2020 elections.
According to Asiedu Nketiah, he has remained the General Secretary of the party for 12 years and that his contribution to the assembling of the 1992 Constitution is enough proof that she stands a better chance of contesting for the presidential race.
There currently is a storm of competition within the opposition party over who leads the party in the 2020 elections - a development which has seen even the former president John Dramani Mahama make the statement that he may run for a second term.
But speaking in an interview with KSM on the “Bo Me Nkomo” show, Asiedu Nketiah boasted that he remained the best choice for Ghana in 2020.
The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) had recently held a crucial National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting which saw firebrands of the party deliberate on the best ways to capture power in the 2020 elections.
This crucial meeting is reported to have been held under strict surveillance against some faceless political spies who are feared to be able to leak sensitive information into the public.
Meanwhile, the fate of John Dramani Mahama contesting the 2020 elections remains on the balance considering recent claimed reports from the Kwesi Botchway report which is said to reveal that Mahama may have flouted some key campaign strategies including the misuse of campaign funds and the inability to relate to the economic woes of the electorate.
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