Nana Konadu Rawlings, 62, in a letter to the National Democratic Congress' secretary-general Thursday, says she is resigning as first vice-chairman so she can contest President John Atta Mills in July presidential nominations for next year's general election.
This is the first time a sitting president has been challenged by a member of the ruling party. If chosen, Konadu would also become the first woman to stand for presidential elections.
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