A flagbearer hopeful of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kojo Bonsu says he sees nothing wrong contesting former President John Mahama.
According to the former Mayor, he has not fallen out with former President Mahama.
“I have great respect for John Mahama, I have chalked successes with him but the issue is about democracy in the party and the future of the party because if Mahama is not there then who leads the party, so it’s not about him or anyone.
“Mahama and I are not enemies. Has he said no one should contest him,” he quizzed.
Kojo Bonsu’s decision to contest his former boss John Dramani Mahama has drawn a lot of criticisms from a lot of NDC stalwarts.
Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the party, Ade Coker, has called on him to rescind his decision.
But speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen Thursday, the new entrant to the NDC Presidential race said contrary to widespread views that the 2016 election unity walk was a proxy for a John Mahama comeback, it was he Bonsu’s contribution to the party’s efforts to motivate and revitalise a despondent party.
According to Mr Bonsu, he is rather surprised that some NDC party members are questioning his competence to lead the party, saying that should be left to the delegates to decide.
Listen to Mr Kojo Bonsu address issues surrounding his bid in the audio above.