Vice-President Amissah-Arthur has stated that the New Patriotic Party cannot manage the affairs of the country if they win the upcoming November elections.
According to a report by Accra-based Citi FM, he told a group of young National Democratic Congress (NDC) supporters at the campus of the University of Professional Studies in Accra that the inability of the NPP to guarantee unity within its party was proof that they could not manage the country.
The Vice-President reportedly pointed out that the NDC and President John Mahama were the obvious choice to lead the country again in 2017, stressing that had what it took to maintain unity in the country and move the country forward.
“Our leadership of the nation makes it stable and unified. So there’s a test of leadership when we go to the elections on November 7. Are we selecting a leader who is able to keep his house in order? Are we selecting a leader who is bringing confusion within his party? Are we selecting a leader who has a vision for his people for the nation?” he was quoted as saying.