Former President John Dramani Mahama has told all parliamentary candidate hopefuls of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to engage in a decent campaign.
He told them to embark on a campaign devoid of insults.
Speaking to delegates as he resumed his campaign tour in the Eastern Region on Tuesday, April 11, Mr Mahama who is seeking to be elected flagbearer for the NDC said “Let us not resort to insult because we are one family, this is one party, we are looking for one thing, power.
“Let us support whoever will be elected parliamentary candidate and when your time comes you will also be supported.
“It is not only the MP that we have, if we come to power we have board chairmen, we have Ambassadors, DECs, and a lot of appointments and so if you don’t become an MP you will get an appointment.
“So let us keep the campaign decent and when one person has emerged let us all support that person and let the party come to power.”