Brigitte Dzogbenuku’s Progressives Peoples Party (PPP) recorded only one per cent of the vote when she ran for vice-president in 2016. Now, she thinks it can go all the way with her as its presidential candidate.
Brigitte Dzogbenuku is the candidate of the Progressives Peoples Party (PPP) for the December 7 Ghanaian presidential election. Mrs Dzogbenuku is not new to political races, she was the running mate to Kwesi Ndoumu in the 2016 presidential election.
In this interview with PREMIUM TIMES’ Managing Editor, Idris Akinbajo, and political reporter QueenEsther Iroanusi, she says constitutional review, freedom of information law and preventative health would be top on her agenda as president.
The former beauty queen also explains how she has managed to deal with misogyny and marginalisation in politics.
This is the second part in a series of interviews with Ghana’s presidential candidates for the December election. Read the first part here.