Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Party (NDP) has condemned President John Mahama over what she called lies.
Nana Konadu told Accra-based Class FM that she was yet to witness the infrastructural development she said President Mahama had been talking about.
“I don’t see what the president is talking about because he is lying to us and we won’t accept it," she said.
The former first lady said what she had seen, rather, was what she called the corruption of the Mahama administration, which she said had made life unbearable for Ghanaians.
It marked a sharp escalation in her anti-Mahama rhetoric as the December race heats up.
Nana Konadu, whose party was disqualified at the last minute ahead of the 2012 elections, has filed nomination forms to contest again.
She expressed confidence in her party's ability to break the NDC-NPP stranglehold on the electorate and become the third party to win the presidential election in the third republic.
“You go to some countries, there are, say, two or three parties that have entrenched themselves; then suddenly one comes and sees everybody off and they become the government,” she said.