In just some few days time, Ghanaians will be headed for the polls to chose their next leader. Ahead of this consequential December 7 election, flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo, is leaving no stones unturned in his campaigns.
Addressing thousands of supporters at the Trade fair centre in Accra in what seems to be his final campaign ahead of the election, Nana Addo reveals that his core mandate for running for president is not to acquire wealth but rather to implement policies that could transform Ghana again.
Sunday's campaign was one the most energetic and electric campaigns the largest opposition party has ever held ahead of an election.
The national rally saw close to a million supporters clad in party colours cheering their leader as he inched past them.
A victory for Nana Addo will see President Mahama as the only sitting president in the 4th republic to ever have lost an election - a nightmare the incumbent NDC wishes never to happen.