- MP for Korle Klottey Constituency Dr. Zenator Rawlings’ name has been mentioned as a possible running mate for NDC in election 2020
- She is said to have been shortlisted together with four other personalities to support John Mahama
- One of the other four persons is Dr. Johnson Asiamah
Former president John Mahama is said to be considering four personalities within the NDC for his running mate position for election 2020.
Mahama, after his announcement of coming back to contest the presidential election, is said to have shortlisted these four personalities to back him.
One of them, a report by Mynewsgh.com has revealed, is the MP for Korle Klottey Constituency, Dr. Zenator Rawlings, who is also the daughter of former president Jerry John Rawlings.
YEN.com.gh, however, cannot verify this claim.
Zenator, according to the Mynewsgh.com report happens to be one of the favourites of the four, and is likely to be selected for the running mate position.
Another name that has been mentioned is Dr. Johnson Asiamah.
He was reported to have been shortlisted, and in fact, stands tall among the list as a result of his age, general appeal, technocrat background, an unblemished record and hailing from the Volta Region.
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The alleged number two list is supposed to be on standby and submitted to a committee that will sit right after the NDC Flagbearership race to choose one of them, the report indicated.
Meanwhile, former Trade Minister, Dr. Spio-Garbrah, who is also a contender for the NDC flagbearership race of the NDC, had earlier expressed desire in being selected as Mahama’s running mate.
In a related development, reports have it that former president Rawlings is heavily against the possibility of one of the Ahwoi Brothers, Kwesi, from being chosen to partner Mahama.
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