- Alex Mould has revealed that if he is made Mahama's running mate, he would be a capable match for Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia
- According to him, his track record of successes achieved in various institutions he managed, puts him in the best position
- He said he would gladly accept if he is nominated to be the running mate of Mahama
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Former CEO of the Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC) Alex Mould, has revealed that if given the nod to be Mahama's running mate on the ticket of the NDC, he would be a capable match for Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
According to him, his track record of successes achieved in various institutions he managed, put him in the best position to counter Bawumia at any given time.
A cross-section of the pubic has touted the economic background of the current Vice President as key to his prominence, bringing to bear the need for the opposition NDC to field a running mate who fits the role of countering this said strengths.
Speaking in an interview on JoyNews‘ PM Expres, Alex Mould explained that his pedigree shows that when it comes to dealing with the economy, energy, and trade, he can deliver.
"If you’re talking about energy, I can deliver. If you are talking about any area whether its trade, industry, I can deliver,” he said.
Alex Mould has also made a strong case as to why he is best-qualified candidate to be the running mate to the National Democratic Congress’ flagbearer, John Mahama.
He said he would gladly accept if he is nominated to be the running mate of Mahama
Confirming his interest in the position, he noted: “I think there is a process that goes into it. The flagbearer has to work with the Functional Executives of the party in consultation with the elders and come up with a criteria. If the call me and nominate me and I pass the criteria, I definitely will accept it.”
In other news, the Majority Leader in Parliament, Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu, has expressed concerns about the Auditor-General’s decision to reject the Chief of Staff’s request for the conduct of an audit that will pave way for payment of salary arrears to be made to over 200 former and current Members of Parliament.
The Auditor-General, Daniel Domelevo, described the request of the former legislators as invalid and amounting to a conflict of interest.
According to Domelovo, most of the beneficiaries were now serving as members of the current government, including the President and the Chief of Staff.
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