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Akufo-Addo must give Ghanaians a break – Koku

The deputy secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho wants Nana Akufo-Addo to give Ghanaians some breathing space.

He thinks the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party and his associates are railroading the electorate to accede to his quest to be president of Ghana at all cost and that it is costing the public their peace of mind.

“What do we owe him that he cannot allow us to have our peace of mind? What crime have we committed that Akufo-Addo will not allow us to sleep in peace in this country?..Akufo-Addo should tell us, what does he want from us? What do we owe him? Why?”, he quipped on Radio Gold Monday morning.

Koku Anyidoho was reacting to news that Togolese opposition leader Mr. Jean-Pierre Fabre had disowned a statement originally said to have been uttered by a man purporting to be his personal advisor confirming the authenticity of an alleged Togolese voters register used by the NPP in its demand on the Electoral Commission for a new Ghana register for the 2016 elections.

Jean-Pierre Fabre, president of Togo’s opposition political party, Alliance Nationale pour le Changement (ANC), has denied Mr. Masseme Esse is his advisor or that he ever speaks for him or the party.

Koku Anyidoho said it was obvious Nana Addo was behind the procurement of Masseme Esse to throw dust into the eyes of Ghanaians in seeking to advance his desperate push for power even when he lacks what it takes to lead a nation like Ghana.

He also blamed Dr. Mahamud Bawumia, Nana Addo’s running mate for allowing himself to be made a puppet to tell Ghanaians lies, explaining that Bawumia is so confused as to be ignorant of what time it is.

“Unfortunately, Bawumia has allowed himself to become a puppet in Akufo-Addo’s koliko game, a PHD holder, to come and sit down and tell us that what you have brought out is only 10 percent of work in progress. Where in this world do you carry 10 percent of work in progress and you want to hang it around the neck of a nation, 10 percent of work in progress.”

Source: graphiconline.com

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