“I Won’t Stop Begging To Be President” – Nana Addo

NPP’s flagbearer, Nana Addo won’t stop begging Ghanaians to kick Mahama out of the Presidential seat.

Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo, is prepared to ‘beg’ Ghanaians for their votes in the upcoming elections. Apparently, the NPP flagbearer sees nothing wrong in begging for votes from the people. According to the NPP Presidential hopeful, despite criticisms from his contenders, he will beg if that is what he needs to do, to save the country from instability.

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Nana Addo said this during his Campaign tour in Wa, in the upper West region. He said this taking a swipe at President Mahama, for asking him earlier to stop begging to be the President of Ghana. Mahama during his tour of the Northern region, told the people of Bimbilla that Ghana is at a crucial stage, and does not need a trial and error leader, hence his bid for a second tenure..

He asked the NPP flagbearer to stop begging to become President, as Ghana cannot risk experimenting with a fresh hand. But even after Mahama’s criticsms, Nana Addo won’t stop begging to be given a chance as we can see.

Speaking at a rally in Wa, the NPP Presidential hopeful urged the people to vote out President Mahama, come December. According to him, the presidency is not a trial and error indeed, ‘but when you are there and you are not doing a good job you have to be removed’.

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He continued that there is no need voting for a man who has brought about a disastrous experience for the country, when there is another with fresh ideas, and a fresh direction. Nana Addo insisted that another four years in the hands of Mahama, will cost Ghana a great deal, hence the need for change.

Since his campaign, Nana Addo has been to five regions so far, where he has tried to convince Ghanaians to give him a chance, to rule the country. In the course of his campaign Nana Addo has made many promises to the people, which he intends to fulfil, if he wins the Presidential elections.