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John Mahama Respond To NPP's "Credibility" Comment

This year election is about track record between the two major political parties in Ghana. The national democratic Congress (NDC) and New patriotic Party (NPP).

In recent days, NPP has jabbed former president John Mahama that he is not "credible" to lead Ghana and he has no better "track record" for him to govern Ghana again.

Today 20/09/2020, on live interview with "XYZ" at Techiman in the Bono region has responded to the "credibility" and "track record" matter that NPP keep saying.

Former president has thrown a big challenge to the NPP to show what make him not to be credible than their flag bearer Nana Akufo-Addo.

When he was asked a question on "credibility and track record matter", Mahama laughed and said ghanaians know his credibility and the track record he has already not NPP to decide for them.

He said ghanaians are talking about "social and economic records".

He said his "opponent" does not come near to him in terms of social and economic infrastructure. He counts that " I build hospitals, schools, roads, electricity, expanded Tema port, built terminal 3, university of Ghana medical center, water supply to many communities, extended electricity to so many places across the country, and countless things that we did for the country".

He finally declared that when it come to credibility delivery as infrastructure the NDC promised, their records is far better than NPP.

Mr. Mahama dare his opponent president Akufo-Addo to show him "one hospitals he has built in four years" or "how many communities has he extended electricity to in the country?".

John Mahama said " it is easy to say that they have more credibility and good track record everyone can see than NPP and Akufo-Addo".

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