The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ), a think tank, as part of its ongoing leadership dialogue series is set to host former President John Mahama.
It will also host some recognised professional groups, including the TUC at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel on Monday evening.
The event which is dubbed the “Professionals Dialogue with John Dramani Mahama”, will see an independent panel grilling the candidate on the NDC’s policy proposals going into the 2020 general election.
Former President Mahama will field questions from the panel on the economy, health, agriculture, education and employment from panel members as well as the audience.
The panel will be made up of Dr. Amanda Coffie, a Research Fellow at LECIA, University of Ghana, Shamima Muslim CEO/Founder of Alliance for Women in Media Africa and Dr. Lord Mawuko-Yevugah, Head of the Department of Public Management and International Relations at GIMPA.
According to Dr. Sodzi Sodzi-Tettey, Lead Founder of the CSJ, in the absence of a Presidential debate, there is the need to create platforms where those seeking the mandate of the people, subject themselves to critical analysis of their party manifestos and political record.
The CSJ is a think tank and platform for academics, activists and patriots aiming for greater social inclusion in the distribution of the wealth, privileges, and opportunities of society.