Ghana's Nana Rawlings on why she wants to become president


Over the weekend Ghana's Nana Konadu Rawlings was confirmed as presidential candidate for the National Democratic Party (NDP), a breakaway from the incumbent National Democratic Congress which will be fighting for a second consecutive term in December.

But Nana Rawlings' husband, former President Jerry Rawlings, is still a member of, and campaigning for, the NDC, so who is he supporting?

A question BBC Africa's reporter Sammy Darko put to Mrs Rawlings in Accra but first he asked her if this is a long-term ambition.

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