I Deserve a Second Term – Mahama

The NDC are of the opinion that Mahama deserves a second tenure, but Nana Addo on the other hand warns Ghanaians against voting the President come November

President Mahama has said he deserves a second term in office to accomplish his unfinished agenda of transforming lives. According to him, the achievements within his first term in office warrants continuity, hence his plea to the people.

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Mahama said this while addressing the chiefs and people of the Mamprugu traditional area, as part of his 2 day two accounting to the people tour of the Northern Region. The president during his address, explained that his government has more to offer the people, and would love for the people to grant him a second term.

He said that the roads, water expansion, health and educational facilities are some of the numerous projects his administration has so far executed in the region. Mahama also urged the chiefs and people of Mamprugu land to uphold peace during and after the 2016 polls.

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Tensions are getting higher as the 2016 elections draw closer by the day. There have been counter attacks, verbally and otherwise, between different political stakeholders. But most especially the major rift is between the ruling National Democratic Congress, (NDC) and the major opposition New Patriotic Party. (NPP). The NDC are of the opinion that Mahama deserves a second tenure, but NPP flagbearer Nana Addo on the other hand, warns Ghanaians against voting the President come November.

Nana Addo on Tuesday, said that the Mahama administration does not deserve another term in office. Addressing a public forum in Accra, the NPP flagbearer said the present administration has not done anything significant for the betterment of Ghanaians.

It can also be recalled that Nana Addo has suggested to Ghanaians to vote out Mahama just like Nigerians voted out their former President Goodluck Jonathan. Ghanaians indeed cannot wait to see how the almighty November elections will turn out.