Member of Parliament for Assin Central Constituency, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has said that former President John Dramani Mahama does not have the expertise in implementing the stolen campaign promises he made to Ghanaians.
Mr. Mahama on Monday September 7, joined party executives of the NDC to launch the party’s manifesto which captures several promises in developing Ghana’s natural and human resource for the betterment of the nation.
Mr Agyapong commenting on the manifesto of the NDC on ‘The Seat’ show on NET2 TV, indicated that Mahama is indeed a thief who has stolen NPP’s manifesto promises and this is an evidence for Ghanaians to vote against him (Mahama).
He further suggested that Mr. Mahama lacks the ‘brains’ to be able to implement the policies he is selling to Ghanaians.
“The promises Prsident Mahama is giving, although he stole a lot of things from our manifesto, even the ones left to do, he can’t because he doesn’t have the brains to. He doesn’t have insight. We’ve seen it before and they can’t do it.”
“He says, he will create yearly, up to 250,000 jobs every year. So in 4 years of President Mahama, he’ll create 1m jobs. Under President Akufo-Addo, despite the hardships of COVID, as of the time they were writin the manifesto in June, job creation was 2,55000 thousand in 3 years. How will Ghanaians then sell their rights to an incompetent leader who says, when I come into government, I’ll reduce it by 1,55000 jobs, how?
“..Ghanaians should look back on all the promises they have hammered on, to find out if they have, in previous times, made similar pledges…The manifesto is nowhere near what the NPP presented. Any discerning person can tell the guy was lying through his teeth,” he said.
He urged Ghanaians to weigh the track records of both the NPP and the NDC, and be discerning with their votes.
“They aren’t even ashamed of the thievery. It’s so evident even in the manifesto. What is more interesting, and glaring, why the youth of this country should vote massively against President Mahama.
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