Who is Francis Addai-Nimoh? Francis Addai-Nimoh, is a former representative for Asante Mampong in the Ashanti Region. He is currently in the news after he formally announced his intention to run for the leadership of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Mr. Addai-Nimoh called himself as a unifier and the best candidate with the necessary expertise and experience to enable the NPP “break the 8,” the party’s mantra to win a record third consecutive third term, during a news conference in Accra yesterday.
“I formally serve notice here today that I am ready, able and willing to lead the party as flag bearer and to humbly serve our beloved country as President,” he said.
On his vision for the NPP when elected as the flag bearer, Mr Addai-Nimoh said he would promote unity and also apply the values of “justice, mercy and honesty’’ to support the rank and file of the party.
Again, he said he would commit resources to the construction of permanent party offices in constituencies that had no offices, as well as invest in viable economic ventures in all the constituencies to generate income for the party.
“I will ensure that resources are fairly and equitably distributed among the rank and file of the party, thereby encouraging wide participation and contribution of members to the renewal of the party,” he said
Francis Addai-Nimoh was on March 23, 1965 in Mampong-Nyinampong in the Ashanti Region. He is 65 years old. Mr Addai-Nimoh represented the Mampong Constituency in the Ashanti Region from January 7, 2009 to January 6, 2017.
Mr Addai-Nimoh is an engineer, businessman, politician, statesman and Christian leader.
After losing the NPP flag bearer bid in 2014, after he attempted a re-election in the parliamentary primary of the NPP in 2015 and lost.