He said responding to Dr Bawumia means they have no campaign message for the electorates.
“I will not advice my party to respond to Dr Bawumia. They should talk to and respond to the people instead.”
Debrah was speaking on Accra-based Joy FM. He said that responding to Dr Bawumia’s allegations would not win them the 2016 polls even though he believes the NDC will win the December 7 polls.
“We believe that the NDC will make history and be the first party to rule for 3 consecutive terms. We are convinced of a victory, but we will not be complacent. We will keep the NPP at bay.”
After an economic lecture addressed by Dr Bawumia some weeks ago, the NDC is yet to respond officially to the claims he made.
Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur at the manifesto launch of the NDC said he has been advised not to respond to Dr Bawumia at a lecture but on a political platform.
Dr Bawumia subsequently compiled 170 statements and claims made during the lecture for the NDC and Amissah Arthur to respond to.