Alhaji Abdul Rahman, Organizing Secretary of the National Reform Party, has announced the party's decision to throw their weight behind the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the coming elections.
According to Mr. Rahman, their decision was as a result of a critical examination of the NDC manifesto, which had an indication of fighting corruption in the country.
Speaking to Joy FM in an interview, Alhaji Rahman was fast to point out that the decision was that of the regional executives of the party, but not the national executive.
He, however, gave the assurance that the national executives of the party would follow suit on the decision taken.
Asked why the party had decided to rejoin the party they abandoned in 2000, he responded that they were compelled to go back to their mother party, because of the New Patriotic Party's (NPP's) inability to fight corruption.
He urged the public to vote for the NDC flagbearer, Professor John Evans Atta Mills, because he has good innovations that must be supported.