- Professor Naana Jane has stated that she is ever ready to battle it out with Bawumia
- According to her, if the vice president debates her on the economy, she would also debate him on literature
- She added that all her critics are from the opposition New Patriotic Party
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The running mate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has stated that she is ever ready to battle it out with Vice President Mahama Bawumia, in a debate.
According to her, if the vice president debates her on the economy, she would also debate him on what she knows best; literature.
She made this statement when Nana Aba Anamoah questioned her if she was ready for a one-on-one debate with Bawumia.
She noted retorted: “Why not? and if he debates on the economy, I will debate him on literature”.
In a report filed by peacefmonline, she rubbished claims that she cannot function as the chair of the economic management team because she is not an economist.
“My critics are mostly NPP, in their own party, they have had Aliu Mahama was he an economist? The Veep chairs police cancel, must I be a security man? I’m not an economist but I understand the economy. Why, is it a requirement that the veep must be an economist? since when did that become part of it?” she wondered.
In other news, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo who is also the leader and flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has predicted that the NPP will win with a first-round victory in the upcoming December elections.
He said the NPP is targeting a first-round victory because he is confident Ghanaians will vote for him given his performance so far since he became president.
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Akufo-Addo reported made this declaration during a working tour to the Bono Region, where he addressed people of Berekum East and Berekum West, appealing for votes.
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