Kwesi Botchwey for NDC Leadership Race.

A former finance minister, Professor Kwesi Botchwey who served under the Jerry John Rawlings administration in the nineteen eighties and nineties (1980s/90s), is reportedly considering to run for the presidential elections of the national democratic congress (NDC).


This decision of the former finance minister who once worked for Yale University, first appeared on As the NDC prepares for constituency elections and congress, professor Botchwey’s inclusion brings the number of persons interested in leading the NDC to six.


Currently Professor Joshua Alabi, Dr Ekwow Spio Garbrah, Mr Alban Bagbin, Mr Sylvester Mensah and former President John Mahama have shown their desire to lead the NDC for the 2020 elections.


Professor Kwesi Botchwey until recently was the chairman of the national development commission. He also chaired the commission set by the NDC to investigate the causes which led to the party’s defeat in the 2016 elections.

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