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Hot exchanges as Abdul Aziz ‘schools’ NPP top wig on their own 2016 manifesto failures

There was so much drama in the studios of Accra based Citi FM this morning as communicators from the 2 major political parties jabbed each other with accusations regarding the content of their manifestos. The whole argument started based on the claim by Sammy Awuku that John Mahama is the biggest impediment to youth development.

On the Breakfast Daily today Tuesday September 15, 2020 was Abdul Aziz Mohammed, the Member of Parliament of Mion on the ticket of the NDC and then Kamal Deen Abdulai, Deputy Director of Communications of the NPP. According to Kama Deen he totally agrees that John Mahama has done more harm than good to the nation. 

He noted that the former president sent Ghana to deep waters and was the one under whose watch dumsor got worse. He lamented that the NDC had a lot at their disposal and yet delivered very little and encouraged Ghanaians not to give the NDC another chance.

Abdul Aziz however disagreed and said that the Nana Akufo-Addo government is the worse ever. He said that upon all the over 600 promises in their 2016 manifesto only 14% were delivered.

He went on to say that Nana Addo’s government is the first to go down in history as the government who failed to create a single secondary school. He alleged that the NPP promised to turn Nima into a Villagio and yet only Nana Akufo-Addo’s house in Nima is a Villagio.

Kamal Deen tried to rebut but Abdul Aziz laughed at him for not being conversant with his own manifesto in 2016. Did the 2016 manifesto make suck a promise? Who really solved the dumsor crises and who has credibility among the 2 major political parties?

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