The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC0 has been told that the December general elections will be ideas and performance based not mere rhetorics and insults.
A strong message has therefore been sent to the NDC to concede defeat before the elections because, all indications are clear that the New Patriotic Party will be retained in power to continue with the prudent management of the country.
The NDC has been backlashed for mismanaging the economy within the eight years it was in power and has no business coming back to power.
According to Upper East Regional Minister and Parliamentary Candidate of NPP in Navrongo Central Constituency, Tangoba Abayage, the NDC has no legacy hence, has no message to convince Ghanaians.
She stated that, “NDC cannot do ‘foko’ because even when they sleep, they don’t dream. I’m the Regional Minister for the Upper East region. I can say on authority that when it comes to legacy in this region [I’m not talking of 2 by 4 classroom block], so when you go and point to a 2 by 4 classroom block and tell me that is a legacy; that is not a legacy,”.
Madam Tangoba in her address to party supporters in Navrongo during the launch of the constituency’s Campaign Team expressed optimism of beating her political opponent to pulp in the December elections and urged party supporters to unite in order to deal with the NDC.
“We shall win .When you step out, send clear message to John Dramani Mahama and Sampson Tangombu my own brother that we shall win. They know, you think they don’t know? Don’t they know? . We are wining because we have a legacy that they don’t have. We are winning because we performed better in three years than they did in eight years. We are winning because we have a message for the future that they don’t have”.
The inaugural ceremony was witnessed by Upper East Regional Chairman of the NPP, Anthony Namoo and his Executives.
Chairman Namoo called on the rank and file of the party in the region to bury their past and look forward to a greater goal of retaining the party in power.