‘My Campaign Is Always Based on Issues, Not Insults’ – Nana Addo

Nana Addo’s campaign according to him, has been devoid of insults contrary to what his opponents have alleged it to be

Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Addo, has spoken up against what he described as the politics of insults inherent in the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC). According to him, the NDC’s campaign has launched attacks against him from the onset, unlike his which has been issue-based and devoid of insults.

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Nana Addo said this while addressing Chiefs at Kpone, in the Greater Accra Region. There have been series of allegations from oppositions that Nana Addo’s campaign is centred on insults and personal attacks.

But during his address, Nana Addo explained that the so-called personal attacks he has been accused of promoting, are actually his criticisms against the bad records of the NDC, and nothing more. The NPP Flagbearer said that his campaign addresses have always been centred on issues confronting the people of Ghana.

He continued that he has never made any personal comments against his opponents, contrary to what the NDC has accused him of in recent times. Nana Addo said he will continue to speak on the policies of his opponents which he feels are not in the interest of the country.

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Furthermore, Nana Addo condemned the NDC over the truck load of insults from the party which are usually directed at him in the course of their campaigns. He stated that President John Mahama during his campaign tour in the Western and Northern regions, attacked his personality and his leadership style.

Nana Addo pointed out that the NDC has tried in so many ways to tarnish his image and turn his supporters against him. This according to him include the incumbent party’s allegations that he is a dictator, a man of violence, too old and weak to govern, and many other forms of attacks.

The NPP Flagbearer said he will continue to speak for the people rather than engage in personal attacks of his opponents.