- Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings was reported to have withdrawn from the 2020 presidential elections
- She is running for president on the ticket of the National Democratic Party (NDP)
- The party has come out to rubbish reports that its flagbearer has pulled out off the elections
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The National Democratic Party, NDP, has described as fake, news publication that it's flagbearer Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings had pulled out of the upcoming general elections.
Nana Konadu was reported to have pulled out of the 2020 presidential race as earlier reported by YEN.com.gh.
The reason for her withdrawal from the presidential elections was not clearly stated.
The NDP has named Ahwoi and Mahama as people who set out to damage the reputation of the late former president Jerry Rawlings even before his death.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that the Electoral Commission had confirmed that they had not received any notification of her withdrawal.
Sources within the commission told the outlet that they had not received any communication from the wife of the late former President Jerry John Rawlings to suggest that she was withdrawing from the election.
Nana Konadu founded the NDP in 2012 as a breakaway from the National Democratic Congress (NDC), the party her late husband founded in 1992.
In 2016, Nana Konadu had her first appearance on Ghana's Ballot paper in the race to becoming Ghana's president.
Unfortunately for her she could not get the 50% plus one percentage to make the mark to be sworn in as president.
In other news, some ballot papers with duplicate serial numbers have been found in Koforidua.
It was detected during the sorting of electoral materials for Akuapem South Constituency on Sunday, November 22, 2020.
The Akuapem South Constituency Secretary of the opposition NDC, Prince Etormam, who was monitoring the process said there were shortages in some of the booklets and some had duplicated numbers.
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