Presidential candidate for the Progressive People's Party (PPP), Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, left no stone unturned at the first presidential town hall debate in Accra.
Touching on critical issues of the economy, Ghana's energy crisis and unemployment, a well prepared Nduom mostly laid down practical means by which he wished to build a "stronger and better" Ghana.
On Taxes, Nduom proposed that his administration will ensure that the tax net is broadened so as to reduce the tax burden on Ghanaians.
Dr Nduom also hit hard at President Mahama for causing most of the woes in Ghana's energy sector describing his attitude as "over interference".
An outspoken Nduom used the successes of his business as a tramp card to boast of his capacities in re-engineering jobs and reinvigorating Ghana's "near HIPC economy".
It may seem like Nduom had a field day at the debate considering the fact that President Mahama and Nana Addo failed to turn up at the elections.
Meanwhile, the next presidential debate has been slated for the 29th of November at Takoradi.