I Pity Mahama For Contesting Again, He’ll Lose ‘Potoor’ – Nasara Coordinator

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The Co-ordinator for Suame, Bantama and Aboabo Nasara wing of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Alhaji Eliasu Moro Ipala a.k.a ‘Kasa Nnipa Ho’ says he pities former President John Dramani Mahama for his reelection bid.

According to him, he wonders what convinced the former President to contest President Akufo-Addo whose economic policies have widely been embraced and resonates with the aspirations of the ordinary Ghanaian.

“I pity this NDC leader for seeking re-election whilst he knows for sure that his vicious campaign in his quest to win the election will be in vain come December 7. He will again lose the elections ‘potorrr,'” he stated.

I Pity Mahama For Contesting Again, He'll Lose 'Potoor' – Nasara Coordinator
I Pity Mahama For Contesting Again, He’ll Lose ‘Potoor’ – Nasara Coordinator

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Speaking to Modernghana correspondent in Kumasi, Alhaji Ipala indicated Mr Mahama and his NDC launched and intensified a campaign against the policies of Akufo-Addo particularly the Free SHS programme.

He said after all the heavy attacks on the Akufo-Addo’s flagship programme the Free SHS and the massive defeat in the 2016 general elections, nobody ever thought Mahama would one daydream of ever contesting an election in Ghana especially when the very policies he claimed are not achievable have been implemented.

According to Ipala, Mahama who is hunting for anything promisable just to hoodwink Ghanaians truly confirms the notion that he has completely run out of campaign messages.

Touching on the NDC manifestos he said, the NDC’s people’s manifesto launched gives a clear indication that Mahama has nothing new to offer Ghanaians.

He indicated that most parts of the people’s manifesto are imitations of NPP’s manifesto.

He is appealing to Ghanaians to renew President Akufo-Addo’s mandate to make Ghana a better place to live.

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