Now we are ready to compete, win- Goozie Tanoh
The last flagbearer aspirant of the opposition National Democratic Congress has picked up his nomination form on the deadline day Saturday.
Goozie Tanoh who made a return to the NDC after he broke away to form the Reform party said he is better placed to lead the NDC to victory in 2020.
So far eight persons have picked forms to contest the party’s primaries slated for January 26, 2019. They include ex-president John Mahama who was the first to pick, Prof Joshua Alabi, Nurideen Iddrisu, former Trades Minister Dr Ekwow Spio Garbrah and Sylvester Mensah.
Former Kumasi Mayor Kojo Bonsu and Elipklim Agbamava who were part of the eight aggrieved aspirants who petitioned the party’s Council of Elders over the cost of filing fees have both withdrawn from the race with the latter declaring his support for ex-president John Mahama.
Shortly after picking the form, Saturday, the Goozie Tanoh team has hit the Central Region to campaign vigorously towards the January elections.
His campaign spokesperson, Eric Willimeg in an interview with Joy News declared: “now we are ready to compete and win the primaries and lead the party to victory.”
He, however, called for free and fair election