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NDC race: John Mahama thanks Ernest Kobeah for stepping down to support his candidature

3rd April 3023

One of the aspirants for the National Democratic Congress Flagbearership race Ernest Kobeah has met Former President John Dramani Mahama to assure him of his support after stepping down from the race.

Ernest Kobeah who duly filed his nomination stepped down purposes to support the presumptive flagbearer.

Below is John Mahama’s post captured by Ghanapoliticsonline.com, after Ernest Kobea visited him”

Thank you, Ernest Kobeah for your magnanimity in offering me your support to lead our great party, the NDC, to the 2024 elections.

Your decision to step down from the contest, even after paying in full the filing fees pegged for the contest is exemplary.

May the NDC get better and stronger.

#BuildingGhanaTogether
#TheGhanaWeWant

 

Background

 

Businessman Ernest Kwaku Kobeah, who was one of four members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to pick presidential nomination forms, has withdrawn from the race.

He says he is backing former President John Dramani Mahama.

The party has scheduled Saturday, May 13 on which to go to polls to elect the man to lead its presidential campaign in next year’s elections.

Four persons including Mr Kobeah had picked nomination forms to contest the primaries.

They have all since been vetted.

On Tuesday, March 28 when he faced the Vetting Committee, Mr Kobeah was asked to return with some documents.

He was, however, full of praise for the Committee members, describing the brief process as “successful”.

“There is no issue,” he told journalists after facing the Committee.

“Just [that] I need to come back tomorrow [Wednesday]. Everything is fine and successful.”

His withdrawal leave Mr Mahama, Dr Kwabena Duffuor and Kojo Bonsu as the aspirants awaiting the Vetting Committee’s report for clearance or otherwise to contest the primaries.

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