Nana Addo slams NDC calling them confused, for indirectly admitted that the NPP has good plans for Ghana, contrary to what they (NDC) have been preaching.
The manifesto feud between the two major contending parties has continued to linger, as the opposition New Patriotic Patriotic (NPP) has not let go of the theft allegations. NPP’s flagberer Nana Addo, has described the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC), as a confused party which lacks clarity on the source of its manifesto.
According to him, in their bid to deny the true source of their manifesto; which is from the NPP, some NDC leaders have ended up acknowledging the fact that the opposition indeed, has good ideas for the country.
A little controversy had ensued following President Mahama’s highlighting of some policies of the NDC manifesto. Last week Wednesday (September 14), Mahama at the Banquet hall; gave a sneak preview into the 2016 manifesto of the NDC, ahead of its launch which finally took place in Sunyani, on Saturday.
Following Mahama’s assertions the NPP had alleged that the ruling party stole its policies ahead of the manifesto launch. Critics have also said that some of the promises and plans in the NDC manifesto, are similar to those proposed by Nana Addo, especially his plan for the provision of some social amenities.
But the NDC has responded to, as well as debunked the opposition’s claims, saying it did not in any way, copy the NPP. According to the ruling party, the policies presented by Mahama are captured in the government White paper.
However speaking at a rally in Kasoa on Sunday, Nana Addo slams NDC, pointing out that the ruling party has admitted the NPP indeed, has good ideas for the country, contrary to what they have been preaching.
According to him; “one of their leaders said it is not true they are copying our policy ideas but rather both parties agreed on what is good for the Ghanaian people and that is why similar ideas are coming up.” He said at the rally.
Nana Addo emphasized that one of the NDC leaders at the launch, said that both parties have good plans for the Ghanaian people, which explains why they are having similar ideas.