- John Mahama has called out President Akufo-Addo for failing to fulfill his 2016 campaign promises to Ghanaians
- The NDC leader said the NPP government is now saying their promises are visions
- Mr. Mahama also said he will name his running mate very soon
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John Dramani Mahama has taken a swipe at the NPP’s Nana Akufo-Addo for making promises he did not keep.
According to the former president, his successor has failed woefully in fulfilling his “lofty” promises made to Ghanaians.
Mr. Mahama also said President Akufo-Addo has now turned around to call his promises visions for Ghana.
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The NDC presidential candidate made the statements on Thursday night (June 18, 2020) in a live Facebook broadcast.
“Ghanaians understood perfectly well what promises were made to them in 2016,” Mr. Mahama opined.
He added that come December 7, 2020, Ghanaians will take to the polling booth what their understanding and perception of what they believe constitute the level of fulfillment of the promises that Akufo-Addo made to them before the last elections.
Touching on his choice of running mate for the upcoming polls, John Mahama said his campaign team, running mate, and party manifesto will all be finalised soon.
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“...the Council of Elders and the National Executive Committee (NEC) to finalise my constitutional obligation to consult these bodies on the choice of my running mate. We have also agreed on our choice of the 2020 campaign team and will announce this shortly. Our manifesto committee is also wrapping up its work and we expect to launch our 2020 manifesto in August,” he added.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that John Dramani Mahama, has sent a stern warning to the New Patriotic Party ( NPP) indicating the NDC will match them boot-for-boot in the 2020 elections.
According to the former president, the NPP must be ashamed of themselves for deploying violent tactics ahead of the polls.
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