Former President John Mahama will be vetted for the National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s flagbearership contest today.
The vetting is expected to commence at 10 am and the party’s headquarters in Accra.
This is according to publicity material issued by the Mahama communications team.
Ahead of the exercise, the Chairman of the elections committee of the party, Kakra Essamuah has said the committee will thoroughly vet the aspirants on their qualifications for the position, ideologies and vision for the party.
“I think this has been a wonderful experience. They came to file their nominations, and you can see that it was an exciting ceremony.
“The next step is the vetting; the presidential will take place on Tuesday and the parliamentary vetting, will be the next two weeks probably the first week of April. We are working towards that,” he said.
The other aspirants are former Finance Minister Dr Kwabena Duffuor, a former Kumasi Mayor, Kojo Bonsu and businessman Ernest Kwaku Kobeah have successfully filed their nominations.
The party ended the filing of nominations for all flagbearer aspirants hopefuls last week.