- A Kumasi-based young entrepreneur has thrown a challenge to John Dramani Mahama to debate him over some issues related to Akufo-Addo
According to Ayensu, if Mahama defeats him in what he calls a historic debate, he would gift the money to Mahama to support his campaign tours.med office in 2016
- He said if Mahama defeats him, he would gift the money to Mahama to support his campaign tours
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A Kumasi-based young entrepreneur, Bismark Ayensu has thrown a challenge to the flag bearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC, John Dramani Mahama to debate over some issues related to Akufo-Addo.
He said the debate will be based on Mahama's claim that Akufo-Addo has not done any national development projects since he assumed office in 2016.
Speaking to in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, Ayensu however, staked GHc 2m to debate Mahama.
According toAyensu, if Mahama defeats him in what he calls a historic debate, he would gift the money to Mahama to support his campaign tours.
Ayensu, who is the Ashanti Regional Chairman for the Vendors Association, believes Akufo-Addo's track records in terms of economic development are incomparable to any past government in the history of the fourth republic.
He said his judgements and comments are based on national assessment of Akufo-Addo's performances and that of the records of the past governments.
Ayensu the debate would be centred and focused on infrastructural development, social interventions, the economy, road network, education notably the free SHS concepts, Job creation among others.
"I am ready to give out the money to Mahama based on the aforementioned clues if l am defeated in the debate, Ayensu told this reporter and hoped that John Dramani Mahama will positively respond to his call without giving excuses to set the records straight.," he said.
Ayensu also applauded the hard working team behind the success story of President Nana Akuffo Addo of whose efforts Ghanaians are witnessing the transformation of the country.
In other new, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo would break his silence on the viral video that captured him allegedly taking bribe after the December 7 elections, the NPP’s national organiser has hinted
“…Much of the attention is on the election, so even if there’s anything, let’s see after the election,” Sammy Awuku told Atinka TV, according to a report sighted on Peacefmoline by YEN.com.gh on Friday, December 4, 2020.
By King Amoah
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