Nduom interacts with editors

*And explains why he wants to be president

Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom last Wednesday evening interacted with managing editors, editors and senior journalists in the country where he explained to them why he is bidding to become the President of the Republic of Ghana.

The meeting also afforded Dr. Nduom, who was the 2008 presidential candidate of the CPP, the opportunity to tell the editors his life story and how he has been able to get to where he is now.

According to him, he went through all the difficult stages in life before he was able to get to where he is now.

Explaining why he wants to become president, Dr. Nduom intimated that he considers the job of a president a serious position that needs somebody who can work assiduously to deliver positive results.

He therefore indicated that he sees himself as a ‘better person’ for the job of president.
This, he explained, was against the backdrop of what he has been able to achieve in his private life and while he was in government.

“…As an individual I have offered over 2,000 jobs to Ghanaians and when I served in government under the Kufuor-led administration there were several achievements that I made,” Dr. Nduom averred.

Among the editors who attended the press soiree included the Editor-in-Chief of The New Crusading Guide, Malik Kwaku Baako Jr., Editor of The Chronicle, Ebo Quansah, Editor of The Finder, KojoLarbi, and the Editor of The Independent, Andrew Edwin Arthur.

The host of Citi FM Breakfast Show, Bernard Avle; host of Adom FM Morning Show, Adakabre Frimpong Manso and Kooby Asmah of Daily Graphic, were also there to grace the ocassion.