The presidential nominee of the New Patriotic Party Nana Akufo-Addo has denounced President John Mahama, questioning his capacity to lead the country.
“The people saying that the Volta Region is their World Bank should stand aside, everyone in Ghana is looking for change. One thing that all Ghanaians know is that John Mahama cannot do the job, he’s struggling. They will say a lot of things against me but I am not bothered,” he added.
He is in the Greater Accra region to attend to a number of constituency campaign launch, including the regional campaign launch in Tema.
Prior to that, he embarked on a five-day tour of the Volta Region where made a major promise to create the Oti Region from the Volta Region and also ensure the completion of the Eastern corridor roads.
The NPP leader also criticised president Mahama's 'Green Book,' saying the book "shows roads that they say they have constructed but those roads are in a very bad shape."
He urged voters to trust him, adding that he will not promise what he cannot do.
“I won’t promise anything that I know I can’t deliver, I won’t lie to Ghanaians. When you vote for me, I will do all the things I have promised.”
Akufo-Addo also campaigned in the Okaikoi South and Ablekuma Central constituencies.
In addition, he paid a courtesy call on the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Dr. Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, to seek the blessings of Allah for the NPP, ahead of the December 7 elections.
He also made stops at Kokompe, Kaneshie Market, Bubuashie, and the “Town Council Line’.