Kwabena Duffuor is competing to become the flag bearer of the national democratic congress and going ahead into the presidential seat. Kwabena Duffuor after leading affairs of the Bank Of Ghana seems to be very interested in managing the economy since it’s something he has been doing behind closed doors for sometime.
The national democratic congress seem to be pushing John Mahama further as well and this is what is causing the stir from the party.
According to a submission from Paul Adom Otchere today, the ‘Ahotc project’ which has been initiated by Kwabena Duffuor is a magnanimous donation and gesture to the party. And this gained the support of the general secretary. A comment from Asiedu Nketiah meant that he supports him since he claims the Ndc will be working alongside Kwabena Duffuor. The statement from Paul Adom Otchere is termed a hasty comment but since it’s subjective, people can only understand that it is his opinion and his opinion only.
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