The Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Joseph Ade Coker says he will do whatever it takes to make sure that Mr Kojo Bonsu’s ambition to be president hits the rock.
Ade Coker bluntly described the former Kumasi Mayor’s decision to contest the flagbearership position in the NDC as “senseless” – after maintaining that “Mr Bonsu is not a presidential material”.
Ade Coker however said the cordial relationship between Mr Bonsu and former President John Dramani Mahama should be maintained rather than him to contest his former boss in the NDC race.
“Kojo Bonsu is my friend and I’m only advising him because it doesn’t make sense. Looking at his relationship with the others, especially, John Mahama who is also contesting, I simply can’t comprehend because he has a very cordial relationship with John Mahama.
“The constitution says if you are 40 years and have a sound mind you can contest the presidency but you must examine yourself, your relationships and consider a lot of things before you make certain moves. Ask yourself what is compelling you to make that move? If that compelling factor doesn’t make sense, somebody is bound to react and that is why I have reacted,” Mr Ade Coker said in an interview with Accra FM
According to, “I’m sending a note of caution to the good people of Ghana and I’m doing a civic duty to advice my friend [Bonsu]”
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