NDC flagbearer aspirant Ernest Kobeah’s vetting suspended; asked to reappear

One of the four flagbearer aspirants of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Ernest Kwaku Kobeah, was asked to return to the vetting panel on Wednesday for a completion of the process.

He was one of two aspirants who appeared before the Vetting Committee on Tuesday, March 28.

Former Finance Minister Dr Kwabena Duffuor took about one-and-a-half hours to go through the vetting process.

However, businessmen Ernest Kobeah took less than an hour.

“There is no issue,” he told journalists after the process was said to have been put on hold.

“Just [that] I need to come back tomorrow [Wednesday]. Everything is fine and successful.”

He expressed happiness about the reception given by the Committee, noting that “they welcomed me and talked to me like father and son”.

He is expected to present some documents for the vetting to complete.

Meanwhile, former Kumasi mayor Kojo Bonsu will take his turn on Wednesday, March 29.

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Presumptive candidate John Dramani Mahama was at the party headquarters on Monday, March 27 for his vetting.


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