File: John Rawlings and his daughter, Dr Zanetor Agyemang Rawlings in a pose[/caption] Former President Jerry John Rawlings has declined to comment on suggestions that his daughter, Dr Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings, could be chosen as the running mate of John Mahama for the 2020 presidential election. Dr Zanetor’s name recently surfaced as one of the possible figures within the National Democratic Congress likely to be selected to pair former President Mahama, who is seeking a comeback in the 2020 general elections. Pollsters have tipped Dr Zanetor, who is the MP for Klottey Korley, ex CEO of GNPC Alex Mould, NDC General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia and former Finance Minister Prof. Kwesi Botchwey among others as the possible choices for the NDC and Mahama. When asked by journalists Saturday morning what he makes of suggestions for his daughter to be chosen as the running mate of John Mahama, Mr Rawlings retorted: “I have heard of no such suggestion”. This was when he joined other delegates of the NDC in the Klottey Korley constituency to cast his vote in the parliamentary primary being contested by three persons including his daughter. The others contestants are Hayford Quashie and Mohammed Bashiru.