The presidential nominee of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has urged voters to retire president John Mahama since he has failed to resolve many of the challenges confronting the country.
Dr Paa Kwesi Ndoum, whose disqualification by the Electoral Commission has become a subject of litigation, told a rally at Ntranoa in the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abirem (KEEA) constituency that everywhere he has been to, people are “crying that times are hard and that there are no jobs.”
“So if with all this abundance of natural resources our lives are getting worse, then I urge you to help send Mahama home since he has demonstrated that he cannot deliver good things for the people and bring in Papa Kwesi Nduom to do the job,” Dr Nduom said.
He told voters to consider their economic condition in the upcoming election and vote wisely.
“So when you go to the polls remember your future and vote accordingly. Remember Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, he will be on the ballot with the glasses and the moustache and never take for granted your future in the December 7 election,’’ he said.
Meanwhile, the PPP’s parliamentary nominee for the KEEA constituency has said the Dr Ndoum will be on the ballot paper.
He was disqualified for wrongly filing his nomination forms.
“We are a party of obedience that is why we took our issue to the courts to help right the wrong the EC is perpetrating. So on Tuesday we are confident the courts are going to right whatever wrong the EC has perpetrated against Dr Nduom and the PPP. Be rest assured that Dr Nduom will be on the ballot paper come December 7so prepare to vote twice, that’s for Nduom and John Sterling to help change your lives,” John Sterling said.