The national organizer of Ghana’s largest opposition political party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Joseph Yammin, says former minority leader Haruna Idddrisu will make a good running mate.
He boasts of his years of experience and believes that joining the 2024 election ballot will not be a bad idea.
However, he was unable to confirm or deny whether there is a plan for him, which is why he has been removed from the leadership of the party in Parliament.
Yamin, who was speaking on Accra-based OKAY FM, said: “That’s what you’ve heard and you’re telling me for the first time. It’s not bad material if it’s true so when we get to that bridge we’ll cross it.”
A letter signed by Secretary General Fiifi Fiavi Kwetey said Adjumako MP and current senior member of the Finance Committee, Cassiel Ato Forson, will replace Haruna Iddrisu as minority leader in parliament.
The leadership changes are said to be a palace coup orchestrated by John Mahama and party chairman Johnson Asiedu Nketiah to reduce the growing influence of the front led by Haruna Iddrisu.