Mr Kofi Adams says Ghanaians retain President John Mahama in the 2016 general elections.
Mr Kofi Adams, National Organiser of the the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has indicated that Ghanaians will vote massively for President John Mahama in the 2016 general elections.
According to the NPP, victory for opposition leader Gen Muhammadu Buhari in Nigeria translates victory for Akufo-Addo in 2016 but Kofi Adams said that will not happen in Ghana adding that the NDC will be retained amidst the power crisis.
Kofi Adams in an interview with CITI FM said, “This is the first time Nigerians have had the opportunity of change – changing from one party to another…Ghana experienced that form of change in 2000 when it was the thinking that whatever it was, let us change whether the person is good or not…that type of change is not going to happen in Ghana again.”
“If Ghanaians will vote for the purposes of change, then it should be moving from something that is not good to something that is good but as we speak today, the alternative is worse.”
He stated that President John Mahama is “one of the good things that have equally happened to this country in the 4th republic.”
According to him, “It is a fact that the energy crisis has come to affect a number of things but here you have a President who is not sleeping on that. We admit it is causing a lot of pain in the system but government is working very hard and we will deal with that problem so it is not the same as in the case of Nigeria.”