Bringing it down to Ghana, he said that Mahama will lose like Jonathan come November, because Ghanaians are tired of failed promises and countless excuses the government has been giving concerning the horrible state of the economy.
Nana Akufo Addo Dankwa Addo, flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), has again likened the case of Nigeria, during her 2015 elections, to that of Ghana. He said that Ghanaians will reject President Mahama at the upcoming polls like Nigerians did to their former President, Goodluck Jonathan.
Giving his reason to be the incompetence and mismanagement of the economy by the present government, he said that Ghanaians are tired of all that and would want to witness a change in government. During his campaign tour at Bortianor/Ngleshie/Amanfro constituency in the Greater Accra Region on Friday, Nana Addo said that Mahama and Jonathan have similarities as both of them were sworn into office accidentally following the death of their bosses.
In the case of Nigeria, being the then Vice President, the former President Goodluck Jonathan took over after the death of President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua on May 5, 2010. Also Mahama was sworn into office after the demise of President John Atta Mills on July 24, 2012. Nana Addo comparing the two cases, analysed that Nigerians voted out Jonathan because he had a poor track record while in office.
Bringing it down to Ghana, he said that Mahama will lose like Jonathan come November, because Ghanaians are tired of the failed promises and countless excuses, which government has been giving concerning the horrible state of the economy.
While addressing crowds at the Weija Old Barrier taxi station, Amanfor and Galilea market, the NPP flagbearer fumed at the high rate of corruption which has engulfed the Mahama-led administration. He pointed out that the people are suffering as a result of the widespread looting of public resources which should be used to better the lives of citizens.
Nana Addo said that the only way for the country to return to the path of progress and prosperity is to vote out Mahama and the NDC.