NDC Walewale candidate jibes NPP over ‘incompetent Mahama’ tag

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary candidate for the Walewale Constituency in the Northern Region has criticised the New Patriotic Party for tagging President John Mahama as incompetent.

Abdulah Abubakar said the NPP should look within the party and they will find an incompetent leader in the person of Nana Akufo-Addo.

He blasted the Akufo-Addo for being able to win the presidential elections on two occasions and also accused him of disunity, saying that is a mark of incompetence.

“Competency is measured by what one is doing and has exhibited plans to complete, but a two-time defeated flagbearer should not refer another as an incompetent person,” Abdulah Abubakar said at the Northern Regional Campaign Launch in Bimbila.
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He added: “It is because Ghanaians saw the competencies in President John Dramani Mahama that is why they gave him the mandate to lead the country and they will retain him come December 2016.”

The NPP leader has on various platforms accused the President Mahama of incompetence, arguing that another four years for him will be a threat to Ghana.

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