A businessman and NPP Ashanti Regional news vendors president, Bismark Ayensu has thrown a mouth-watering challenge to Ghanaians that His Excellency, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has out perform all presidents in the history of Ghana.
His assessment was linked to comments made by former president, John Dramani Mahama that he has performed better than Nana Addo-led government.
According to the businessman, Nana Addo’s track record is incomparable to any government in the history of the fourth Republic of the seventh parliament of Ghana.
The businessman speaking in a Twi language with Vigo and statistics in a video throwing a challenge to the Mahama-led NDC party to engage him (Mahama) in one on one performance challenge…if he wins, he will give him GHc2m to support his campaign.
The thematic area of the challenge, he said, will be focused on infrastructure, social-interventions, economy, road network, education, job creation among others.
“I will dash out the GHc2m to him base on a statically prove that, his government or any other government has out perform Nana Addo’s-led government”. I attached a checque of the said amount to elucidate my challenge.
The Nana Addo’s government has brought a total relief to many Ghanaians from the wicked hands of the NDC party and we cannot afford to take the country back.
It’s only NPP party in Ghana’s history that has given free education, electricity, water, and cushion local businesses with stimulus packages in this country and its unbreakable trade mark and challenged that with another Ghc3 million.
He lauds the NPP top hierarchy especially the national chairman, Mr. Fred Blay and the general Secretary, John Boadu for their superlative work done.
Adding, the boldness able leadership of Hon. Kennedy Agyepong, the Ashanti Region Chairman, Mr. Bernard Antwi Boasiako and the regional minister, Mr. Simon Osei Mensah, and many others for their outstanding track record. And further applaud them not to relinquish their fighting Spirit to retain the party in power.
#4more 4 Nana to do more.