I’m not surprised at vile propaganda against me-Nana Addo

Flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the 2016 general election, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says he is not surprised about the vile and abusive campaign being waged against him by members and apologists of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) ahead of the December 7 polls. According to Nana Akufo-Addo, in the face of an abysmal record in office, which has led to widespread hardship and suffering of the people, the only option left for the Mahama administration is to embark on an abusive campaign against the NPP flagbearer. He said the latest wicked propaganda against him by the governing NDC cohorts is that he is suffering from cancer. “First they said I was a drug addict, it didn’t work. They said I was sick, it didn’t work. They said I was too old, it didn’t work. They said I was a hunchback, it didn’t work. They said I was a dwarf, it didn’t work. They said I was in a wheelchair, it didn’t work. They said I am a murderer, it didn’t work. They said I will die in June, it didn’t work. “They said I was a dictator, it didn’t work. They said I was intolerant, it didn’t work. They said I was violent, it didn’t work. They said I had a secret agenda to destabilize the country, it didn’t work. Now, they say I have cancer, it will not work,” Nana Akufo-Addo chronicles NDC’s attacks. “It appears the only way the President will get a third term is when I am sick or I am dead. That is the only ground on which he will get his third term. “As defeat stares him (President Mahama) in the face, the language against me is going to go a notch higher and higher and higher, because it is clear to the overwhelming majority of Ghanaians that on the 7th of December, we are going to say to John Dramani Mahama, ‘Thank you and goodbye,” he noted. According to him, “The President and those who speak for him are today in a difficult situation in Ghana. They want to have a third term in office. But, instead of telling us about all the things they promised to do, so that we can decide whether or not to grant them the third term (I,e, being in office for 12 years), they can’t do that.” Pointing out a litany of broken promises by President Mahama and his governing party, Nana Akufo-Addo recounted how the NDC promised a “one time premium for the National Health Insurance Scheme,” and has reneged on this promise and has even virtually collapsed the scheme after eight years in office. “Not only did this promise not materialize, but they have collapsed the NHIS,” he reiterated at a mammoth rally in Bolgatanga, Upper East Regional capital on Sunday August 28, as part of his three-day campaign tour of the region. “He (President Mahama) told us he was going to build 200 Community Day Senior High Schools. According to his Finance Minister, he has been able to build 9. He told us in 2012 that ‘dumsor’ will be over by 2013. We are in 2016, and ‘dumsor’ is still with us in Ghana. President Mahama was here in the North last week, and not once did he speak about SADA, because SADA has become a monumental failure,” Nana Akufo-Addo pointed out. The NPP flagbearer said as a result of the abysmal failure by the governing NDC, “the President has made me his campaign. I am his campaign in Ghana today,” all in their ‘desperate’ bid to malign him and sully his reputation before the Ghanaian electorate. Unperturbed by this, Nana Akufo-Addo told the thousands of residents of Bolgatanga and the Ghanaian electorate to be unwavering in their resolve to support him for total victory. “Issues of life and death and health are in the hands of the Almighty. I will leave matters in the hands of the Almighty, because, I believe and I continue to say the battle is the Lord’s,” he concluded. _ By: Awudu Mahama/ghelections.com/Ghana – See more at: http://ghelections.com/2016/08/im-not-surprised-about-vile-propaganda-against-me-nana-addo/#sthash.94Uhnvy1.HQNH7BRD.dpufNADAA IN WHITE

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