The spokesperson for former President Rawlings, Kofi Adams, has revealed that he will not vote for the wife of his boss, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, in the upcoming December polls.
Speaking on the Citi Breakfast Show on Monday, the suspended NDC Deputy General Secretary said he was committed to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and will thus vote for President John Mahama.
Nana Konadu, a former Vice Chair of the ruling party, was on Saturday acclaimed as the flagbearer of the newly formed National Democratic Party at its congress in Kumasi.
Mr. Adams, however, said though he represents the interests of the first family, his allegiance still lies with President Mahama and the NDC. “President Mahama is my candidate, I will vote President Mahama... I have not left the NDC. The NDC has a flagbearer and that is where my vote will go,” he said.
Discounting rumours that he and former President Rawlings had resigned from the NDC, Adams retorted, “I have continued to defend the NDC and will do so to the heavens and that I remain to the NDC... My heart is still with the NDC. If my heart is not with the NDC I will not have been contesting the NDC for what they did against me in court. I would just have left,” he said.
He added: “I don't also think that President Rawlings has said he's left the NDC and he never wished the NDC’s defeat or the NDC goes into opposition.”
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