However, he said he will do so on condition that former president John Mahama refuses to contest the next general election. Mahama is coy over his decision but has been on record to have said that “you leave the stage when the applause is loudest.”
He stressed: “He Mahama has the first right of refusal.”
“My view is that all such matters is for the collective… when the time comes I’ll take into account,” the former communications minister told Accra-based Radio XYZ on Tuesday.
According to him, the NDC should be more interested in fixing the problems that led to its devastating defeat in the 2016 elections.
“Let’s work together to fix that car first or the horse that may be lame or whatever allegory people want to use. Once it is done the best driver will be decided. At this state it is early,” Dr. Spio-Garbrah advised, adding: “Everyone could have leadership potential and I can’t be excluded.”
Mahama’s comeback is still in doubt as the NDC is yet to open nomination for the flagbearer race which is due in about two years’ time.