First 2016 IEA presidential debate dominated by PPP presidential candidate

First 2016 IEA presidential debate dominated by PPP presidential candidate

Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom dominates the first 2016 IEA presidential debates by giving knowledgeable, elaborate answers to proposed questions. Whilst CPP presidential candidate a no-show.

IEA Debate - A show for Paa Kwesi Nduom

IEA Debate - A show for Paa Kwesi Nduom

Last night's IEA presidential debate went off without a hitch. If you watched the entire show we're pretty sure that you'd agree with us wen we say the Progressive People Party's (PPP) presidential candidate had come prepared and with a few things to say...and say them he did.

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Given his first opportunity to speak, the PPP flag-bearer expressed his disappointment at president Mahama's - the ruling NDC's incumbent president - decision not to take part in this year's IEA debates.

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Even tensions did not get too heated, nevertheless there were memorable comic moments, two of which were sparked JOY - Jacob Osei Yeboah - comments. The first of which was when the independent presidential candidate said students who study subjects that aren't compliant with the current job market will take care of livestock. A comment that gave the audience a good laugh.

IEA Debate - A show for Paa Kwesi Nduom

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Although the CPP's 2016 presidential hopeful, Ivor Greenstreet, who was slated to take part in last night's debate seemed to have jumped ship at the last minute. although reports have it that he was still in the north of the country campaigning and could not make it back in time.

IEA Debate - A show for Paa Kwesi Nduom

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