Rawlings congratulates Prof Opoku-Agyemang on her selection as NDC's running mate

Rawlings congratulates Prof Opoku-Agyemang on her selection as NDC's running mate

- Jerry John Rawlings, has congratulated Professor Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang on her selection as running mate for the NDC

- He added that even though he had a few other candidates in mind, there was no need to stand against the party's decision

- He also urged Professor Opoku Agyemang not to deviate from her principles of integrity

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Founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Jerry John Rawlings, has congratulated Professor Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang on her selection as running mate for the NDC

Rawlings said that even though he had a few other candidates in mind, there was no need to stand against the party's decision.

Addressing a team of leading party executives to introduce the Vice-Presidential candidate, on Thursday, July 16, 2020, he urged Professor Opoku Agyemang not to deviate from her principles of integrity.

Rawlings congratulates Prof Opoku-Agyemang on her selection as NDC's running mate

Rawlings congratulates Prof Opoku-Agyemang on her selection as NDC's running mate Source: Facebook/ Jerry John Rawlings
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Ghanaians believe his blessing is a good indication for victory

@Osman Ballack Moro simply praised the founder for his constituency.

You've always stood for persons with integrity am not surprise you threw your support for her. I love your consistency

@Tsitsia Justice Senanu Buoh said victory is surely ahead.

Thank you for your blessings! Victory surely is ahead

@Michael Kuwornu said the father's blessing is always important.

The Father's blessing is always important.... Thank you daddy for your blessings

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In other news, former president of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings, has revealed that unlike what many people, especially Ghanaians, know to be his surname, actually isn't.

Affectionately called Papa J, he recounted how his surname, which happens to be John, was changed when the military sent him a letter of enlistment.

Speaking to Asaase Radio and reported by theGhanareport.com, the former president said he did not want a change in name together with all its legal requirements to ruin his chances of getting into the military, which had always been his dream.

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