Goosie Tanoh made the allegations in an interview with Kofi Asante of Nhyira Fm in Kumasi.
He was of the view that the party’s delegates should be allowed to vote for the candidate who they think has the qualities to help lead the NDC as flagbearer and wrestle political power from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government in 2020.
Goosie Tanoh, who is confident of victory in the NDC presidential race, without mincing words, stated emphatically that the death threats and open intimidations must stop for the sake of party unity and peace.
The NDC presidential hopeful did not mention those who were behind the death threats and intimidations but stated confidently that despite the intimidations and death threats “I will still win the NDC race”.
Goosie Tanoh disclosed that the NDC delegates have embraced his grassroots empowerment message, adding that if voted as NDC flagbearer, he would not neglect the party’s grassroots members as it happened during the 2016 polls