Mahama’s tribal politics sad-Nana Addo

    /    Nov 21, 2016   /     Politics  /    0 Comments  /    196 Views

The 2016 presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has bemoaned what he terms, the politics of tribalism and ethnicity being waged by President John Mahama in his campaign in the northern part of the country with barely two weeks to the conduct of the December 7 elections.

According to Nana Akufo-Addo, the lack of a campaign message by President Mahama and the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) and Mr. Mahama’s inability to defend his 8-year record in office, evidenced in the scandals that have rocked the Savannah Acceleration Development Authority (SADA), have forced him to embark on a campaign of tribalism.

The NPP presidential candidate was addressing party supporters at Akim Oda on the last day of his tour of the Eastern Region.

Mr. Mahama told a rally in Lawra as part of his campaign tour of the Upper West region that, “sometimes I feel sad when I see some of our Northern brothers running around and also doing this (the change sign), they will use you and dump you,”

But Nana Addo who has strongly condemned the president’s “dirty tribal politics” told the mammoth crowd, that he is saddened that Mr. Mahama being the president of the republic of Ghana is going about preaching the message of divisiveness instead of unity.

He pressed on the crowd to vote for him come December 7, because he has a lot to offer Ghanaians.

Source: Suraya Alidu Malititi |

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