According to her, the Mahama-led administration has no moral right to claim that it is changing lives and transforming Ghana when it is rather the opposite.
According to her, the Mahama-led administration has no moral right to claim that it is changing lives transforming Ghana when it is rather the opposite.
The former first lady said this in Accra on Thursday when she unveiled her vice presidential nominee in the forthcoming polls.
The flagbearer of the NDP indicated that the party believes in the people of Ghana and will always put their interest first and won’t behave like other parties.
“We are not like those people who choose to politicise everything, yet they say they are transforming and changing lives. Yes, they are transforming and changing lives; their own lives,” she said.
She, therefore, urged the electorates to vote massively for the party to enable them to bring the desired change for the country.
Unveiling Kojo Mensah Sosu as her running mate, Nana Konadu Agyemang-Rawlings described him as an industrious man with a lot of experience in the area of employment.
She believes with Mr Sosu’s expertise, the unemployment challenges, and other economic problems will be curtailed.