The flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has described the governing opposition party, the NDC as a confused party with no clarity on the source of ideas for its manifesto.
According to the presidential aspirant, some members of the NDC in their attempt to debunk allegations that their manifesto ideas were copied from the NPP, ended up admitting that the NPP did have good ideas.
Nana Addo, speaking at a rally in Kasoa on Sunday, humbly asked Ghanaians to vote for the NPP in the upcoming elections so that Ghana can be moved from what he termed as the 'confused governance of the NDC.' The NPP flagbearer further added that when the NDC went to launch their manifesto in Sunyani, similarities between their manifestos cropped but they denied any claims of copying, stating that the parties share similar ideas for Ghana's development.
“We thank God, they now acknowledge that we have very good ideas for Ghana. But if they are confused and lack clarity on a simple matter like the source of ideas of their manifesto why will they not be running this country in such a confused manner? Our government will deal with all the problems their confused government has brought to us to put Ghana in a better state as a country moving forward," He said.
Earlier, the minister of Transport Fiifi Kwetey denied all claims that his party, the NDC copied any ideas from the ones Nana Addo brought forth in his manifesto. Although, some critics have statted that the NDC's ideas seemed quite similar to what Nana Addo said during his manifesto address.