Former President Jerry Rawlings has admonished the NDC against complacency as they go into the 2016 elections.
According to Rawlings, who is also the founder of the NDC, the December 7 polls will not be an easy task but will be challenging and demanding.
“What is ahead of you will not be an easy task, it will be a challenge and demanding. Don’t allow undue provocation to create undue tension,” he told the crowd at Cape Coast where the NDC is currently launching its campaign for the 2016 elections.
He continued: “The NPP cannot be underestimated, they’ve been in existence for a long time and have been changing their name till this date, the nature of who they are, what they are, where they’ve come from is something they are happy with, and they will be there for a long time.
“The calculation of what and who they are…it is important that we fight this election on our terms and not their terms. Let us not mimic their behavior”.
Meanwhile, Communications minister Dr. Edward Omane Boamah has said the President will win the elections because he is humble.
“Ghanaians will vote for John Mahama because he is humble and it is that kind of leadership Ghana needs. Ghanaians want people who love peace and the President has shown over the years that he is peace loving and brings everyone on board,” he told Nana Aba Anamoah at Cape Coast.