The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the People’s National Convention (PNC) has picked Emmanuel Anyidoho as its vice presidential candidate.
The Harvard trained economist has in the past worked with the United Nations, the African Union and the Ministry of Finance.
He has also lectured at the University of Ghana.
“The choice is hugely influenced by his humility, grasp of the Ghanaian situation and his exemplary and visionary leadership,” a statement signed by PNC chairman Bernard Monarh said.
“He comes to the table with a lot of experience to complement the exceptional and impeccable record of Dr. Edward Nasigrie Mahama,” the statement added.
The party is yet to set a date to outdoor Anyidoho.