Papa Kwesi Nduom, the flagbearer of the opposition People's Progressive Party (PPP), has called on Ghanaians to vote out President John Mahama in the December election.
Nduom told PPP faithful at the party's "Don't Waste Your Vote" rally in Accra that Mahama had failed to fulfil many of the promises he made to Ghanaians.
According to him, dumsor is still in effect while the 200 promised senior high schools have not materialised.
“There is someone going around Ghana and he is asking Ghanaians that they should give him four more years, my friends, when you vote for someone, you vote for the President to bring you something good.
"The same man he told us, if you vote for me, I will build 200 schools. Where are the 200 schools? He told all Ghanaians 'if you vote for me, I will create millions of jobs', where are the jobs. When somebody promises and does not deliver, do they deserve four more years? No four more years,” he said.
Nduom urged Ghanaians to vote for the PPP to facilitate the accelerated development of the country.