It gets more interesting; An American lady campaigns for Nana Addo at the NPP manifesto launch on Sunday, advising the people against voting for President Mahama
A white woman, said to be an American, has thrown her weight behind the Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Akufo-Addo. The woman in question has advised Ghanaians against voting for President Mahama in the coming elections.
The teacher/actress said this while speaking to GhanaWeb at the Trade Fair Site in Accra, after the launch of the NPP’s 2016 manifesto. According to her, the President as well as the National Democratic Congress (NDC) are corrupt, unlike Nana Addo who has a good heart. The woman explained she will not be voting in the elections because she is not married to a Ghanaian.
During her interaction with GhanaWeb, she told Ghanaians not to be deceived by the lies promoted by the incumbent party against the NPP Flagbearer.
See Video; American lady campaigns for Nana Addo
However, eye brows have been raised among a section of Ghanaians who sense some propaganda in the white woman’s endorsement of Akufo-Addo. Some have said the woman had no right to campaign or publicly endorse the NPP flagbearer, since she is not eligible to vote. These section of Ghanaians maintain that the law does not allow foreigners to do as the white lady has done.
The NPP’s manifesto launch which seemed like a carnival, saw tons of NPP supporters from across the country, who came to witness the so hyped event. Many reports in the media lately, has been about the unforgettable manifesto launch; which has been perceived by NPP loyalists to have given the NDC a run for their money.
Not forgetting the Kalyppo craze; The trending challenge which started after a picture of Nana Addo sipping the drink went viral, reportedly peaked on Sunday during the NPP manifesto launch. Tons of NPP loyalists expressed their support of Nana Addo’s sipping of the drink in unimaginable ways.
It’s barely 2 months to the D-day and Ghanaians just can’t wait to see how it all turns out.