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Read the ‘People’s Manifesto’ If You Sit In Your Chartered Jet – Mahama Replies Akufo-Addo

Former president John Dramani Mahama has hit back at President Akufo-Addo after the latter dared him to show evidence of a thought through policy since going into opposition.

The President while addressing NPP supporters at the national Delegates Conference in Kumasi challenged Mr Mahama to show proof of policies the NDC have drafted while waiting to return to power.

“All the things that we have done in government are things we thought about while in opposition, what is the one policy that the NDC and their leader John Mahama have thought about in five years that they have been in opposition. There is not one policy, the answer is zero,” the President said.

In a rebuttal, the former president referred President Akufo-Addo to the NDC’s People’s Manifesto and urged him to read through to find answers to his question.

“I think the President must take his responsibilities seriously and focus on working to change the circumstances of our people, rather than the rabble-rousing skits he serves the nation.

“To answer his rhetorical question on policy, if only he took a moment, in the comfort of his chartered jet, to read the People’s manifesto, he would have at least learnt about the ‘Big Push’ (an accelerated infrastructure plan for Ghana), ‘Free Primary Health Care Plan’, the ‘1 million jobs plan’, ‘Ghana FIRST’ (Framework for Industrial Revitalisation, Support and Transformation) and several other well-thought-through and costed policies.I am willing to provide him with an autographed copy of the manifesto. With his speech of yesterday, he has carved his niche as a good campaigner, but unfortunately, a poor leader as Ghanaians have found out at great cost.

 

 

 

Source: GhanaFeed.com

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