- Former AMA CEO, Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije, plans to contest the 2020 flagbearership race of the NDC
- The politician, on Saturday, shared a campaign poster to that effect on his Facebook page
Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije, the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA)'s former CEO, has thrown his hat into the ring for the National Democratic Congress (NDC)'s 2020 presidential primaries.
The member of parliament for Ableluma South indicated his interest in the race on Saturday, when he shared his campaign poster on Facebook.
Vanderpuije, according to the information on the poster, believes that he is humble, trustworthy and experienced.
He also sees himself as a visionary and a grassroots man who can unify the NDC.
The MP will be contesting former president John Mahama, who is expected to run again.
Some social media users mocked Vanderpuije's announcement that he would run in the NDC primary., urging him to forget the idea.
Others, however, urged him to contest in the event that Mahama does not run.
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