The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has once again postponed its presidential and parliamentary primaries from the earlier scheduled November 7th to November 21 following a decision by the National Executive Meeting on Monday.
Speaking to a cross-section of the media in Accra, General Secretary of the party, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah explained the reasons for the postponement siting challenges with vetting, printing of ballots and other preparations that needed to be addressed before the start of the primaries.
The much-awaited presidential and parliamentary primaries is expected to see big shots in the incumbent party prove their relevance to their fellow party executives and supporters as they have their positions placed on the balance.
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Meanwhile, President Mahama will be standing unopposed in the presidential primary as he is expected to receive an overwhelming endorsement after a successful vetting.