This is doom for NPP: See how NDC is exposing NPP with these new billboards in town.

Even as we mourn the death of one of Ghana’s greatest Presidents, Jerry John Rawlings whose sudden departure ocurred on last Thursday, we should still keep in mind that the 2020 General elections is only some three weeks away. There is no doubt that his death has affected a lot of Political activities as we mourn him.

But, that should not take out the focus on the upcoming elections.

The ruling New Patriotic Party have had their first term which was very successful and they are appealing to Ghanaians to renew their mandate for them to do more.

They believe they have performed far better than their main contenders, thus the NDC.

But, the question is have they really performed very well as expected of Ghanaians?

That big question will be answered by the electorates on December 7th. If indeed they have performed well, Ghanaians will give them for more years, But on the contrary, Ghanaians will kick them out if they haven’t satisfy them with their performance.

Meanwhile, one of the NPP’S weaknesses that the NDC are using against them is their huge record borrowings over the past four years.

As for that, it is legendary. It has never happened in the History of Ghana.

Due to this, the NDC have now established new billboards in town to jeopardize the NPP’S dream of re-election. The billboard talks about the unprecedented huge borrowings of President Akufo Addo alone within four years as compared to 11 leaders that came before him.

According to the billboard, 11 leaders before President Akufo Addo, including John Mahama took 59 years to borrow only Gh120 billion as compared to Akufo Addo alone who used only four years to borrow Gh141 billion.

This is very ridiculous. Four years only and Akufo Addo borrowed more than the accumulated debts of all past presidents since independence.

This billboard will surely create problems for the NPP. It will go a long way to bring them down.


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