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Ignore planted ‘Skirt and Blouse’ posters; I’m not campaigning for Mahama – NaBCo CEO

The New Patriotic Party’s parliamentary candidate for Tamale Central, Dr. Ibrahim Anyars, has distanced himself from some ‘skirt and blouse’ posters, which he said have been “planted” by some unidentified groups, which suggest he is campaigning for opposition flagbearer John Mahama in one breadth and for himself on the another.

According to Dr. Anyars, the photos are fake and should be treated with all the contempt they deserve.

Dr. Anyars explained that the posters are rather from the 2016 campaign when the NDC kicked against the candidature of Murtala Mohammed and called for the retention of President Mahama but a change in the parliamentary candidate.

“My 2020 posters are out and they are definitely not the same and to make matters clear, the John Mahama 2020 campaign posters are not using the same photos. I want to place it on record that a similar banner with Murtala and President Akufo-Addo has emerged indicating yet another ‘skirt and blouse’ and these are the works of some faceless groups setting the stage for some agenda,” Dr. Anyars said.

“With the rare privilege of serving as the CEO of one of the biggest social interventions and investment in the youth of Ghana, the track record of the visionary President that President Akufo-Addo represents is unparalleled. What is the record of the former President to court the affection or sympathy of any youth?” Dr. Anyars, who leads the Nation Builders Corps Programme (NABCO) quizzed.

He also assured NPP members and loyalists of his unflinching support for Nana Akufo-Addo and the NPP.

“I remain committed to the NPP and Nana Akufo-Addo’s course for victory and I would like to use this opportunity to reassure party members that these are fake images and they should be ignored.”

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