Nana Addo challenges Mahama to provide tangible evidences of his so called achievements enlisted in the NDC green book
Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Addo, has challenged President Mahama to provide verifiable evidence of his achievements since he assumed office and not just parading his green book. The NPP Flagbearer threw this challenge while speaking at Peki in the South Dayi constituency, as part of his five day tour of the Volta Region.
Nana Addo challenges Mahama during his address, saying that the President who has been in power for “8 years,” only has the green book to show, which is not enough for the people.
The National Democratic Congress’ green book contains the achievements of the incumbent government since it assumed governance of the state. But Nana Addo has said the people need substantial evidence of Mahama’s achievements and not what is written down in a book.
Nana Addo also reiterated his party’s commitment of allocating one million dollars annually to every constituency as part of a poverty alleviation programme. He assured the people that if given the nod, his government will put in place policies that will bring about a rapid development in key sectors of the economy.
During his tour of the Volta region, Nana Addo was endorsed by the Gyasenehe of the Peki Traditional area, Togbui Takon Tutu Brempong. The Peki chief publicly endorsed the NPP despite warnings by the National House of Chiefs against such. He subsequently justified his act saying that Chiefs also feel the pains of the people and since Ghana is in a political era, any chief has the right to choose which party to support.