- John Mahama has urged NDC faithful to be wary of individuals who come to them seeking information and claiming that the former president had sent them
- In a statement released in Accra, Mahama said he was not conducting any survey nor had he sent people to conduct one on his behalf
- He urged those responsible for soliciting information in his name to desist from the practice immediately
The former president, John Mahama, has advised members of National Democratic Congress (NDC) that he has not constituted any team to solicit information from them.
In a statement issued on Accra and signed by Joyce Bawa Mogtari, his special aide, Mahama said some people within the party were going round seeking information from NDC members and claiming that they were from the office of the former president.
The statement said the people were collecting the information on the pretext of conducting a Kwesi Botchwey Committee report survey. (The Kwesi Boctchwey committee report, which details why the NDC lost the 2016 election, was released last month.)
It stressed that Mahama was not conducting any survey nor had he sent people to conduct one on his behalf.
It said the conduct of those soliciting the information amounted to "impersonation and misinformation" and urged party members not to entertain them.
The statement also called on the individuals responsible for soliciting the information in the president's name to put an end to such practices.
"We wish to strongly advise them to desist from such acts of impersonation and misinformation, particularly as we all continue to work towards reorganizing the Party across the country," it said.
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