Mahama announces his 2020 aspiration as Ghanaian President again.

Ghana’s former president John Mahama on Thursday announced his bid to seek the nomination of the main opposition party and contest the 2020 election.

Mahama, who became president in 2012 but lost his re-election bid to President Nana Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party  in 2016, said he had decided to give the country’s top job another shot.



“I have submitted my letter to the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress confirming my decision to contest for the leadership of the party with a clear view on victory in 2020,” the former leader announced.

Mahama said his decision was due to a groundswell of support from Ghanaians.

The 59-year-old promised to take Ghana to greater heights if given the opportunity to serve again.

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“The 2020 election presents our party, the NDC, with a great opportunity to offer yet again, visionary leadership driven by a commitment to create opportunities for all our people and not just a few,” he said.

Mahama is expected to vie for the NDC’s ticket with at least four contenders at the party’s primaries slated for between October and November.

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