Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo takes a shot at NDC National Chairmanship Position 

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Posters of the First National Vice Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo, announcing his intentions to run for the National Chairmanship position of the party has gone viral on various social media platforms even as the party is yet to open nominations for its national executive elections.

It still remains uncertain whether he sanctioned the poster which has dominated various social media platforms over the last few days.

Some party faithfuls, have however officially declared their intentions to contest various party positions at both Regional and National levels, as the party opened nominations for the conduct of Regional elections on Monday July 16.

Even as we wait for an official declaration from Ofosu Ampofo as to whether he will indeed contest the position or not, many known NDC Activists and current executives have described him as the “Surest bet” for the National Championship position. The outpoor of commendations on Facebook, after the release of the said posters as monitored by ghananewsonline.com.gh was overwhelming. Many described him as the real grassroots mobilizer, prolific communicator, experienced field marshal, a strategist and an astute politician with verifiable track records.

Hon Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo is a tactical and dynamic politician who brings on board loads of experience, having served as a Former  Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Former National Organizer of the NDC, Former Eastern  Regional Minister, Former Member of Parliament for Fanteakwa Constituency and Former District Chief Executive for the Fanteakwa District Assembly.

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