Ghanaians on social media have waded into the President Nana Akufo-Addo and John Dramani Mahama debate conversation.
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The flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has invited the incumbent President and the NPP to a debate on infrastructure projects undertaken in Ghana by the two political regimes.
Mahama says the comparison of their track records as presidents must be settled with a debate.
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He says the NDC has a more superior record of providing an equitable distribution of development projects across the country than the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
The NPP's National Organiser, Sammi Awuku, in a response to the former president, said the party has its own plans and strategies in the buildup to the 2020 elections, and it does not include a debate with Mahama.
The conversation on whether or not a debate between the two main contenders in the presidential election is ongoing on social media.
Policy and education think tank Imani Africa has endorsed the call by NDC to have a presidential debate between their flagbearers former president John Mahama and President Akufo Addo.
YEN.com.gh also asked our readers on Facebook if they wanted to see a debate between the NDC's John Mahama and NPP's Nana Akufo-Addo, and why?
We go various responses and reasons. Below are some of them;
Edward thinks Akufo-Addo is afraid of the debate.
Prince says the debate is important for accountability seek.
Yakubu also suports the debate.
Annegret says Akufo-Addo should just grant the debate and be free.
Vice says no debate is needed.
Owusu Akwasi thinks the debate is not necessary because it won't yield any results.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghana’s opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) will launch its manifesto for the 2020 elections on Monday, August 31, 2020, officials have said.
Speaking at a press conference on Monday, August 24, the National Communications Officer of the party Sammy Gyamfi said the event will take place in Accra.
“I’m a member of the manifesto launch committee and it was decided that our manifesto will be launched on the 31st of August. And to those of you who are wondering whether it will be in Accra or another region, it will be in Accra,” Mr. Gyamfi stressed.
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