President John Mahama, has stated that governance is not a field for experimentation and so electorates must disregard candidates who ask them to try them.
According to him, the success of governing a nation comes from a world of experience and any attempt to try a novice is a recipe for disaster.
President Mahama, was addressing separate rallies at Jema, Busunya and Techiman.
Radio Ghana’s Pascaline Adadevoh reports that he switched between two roles. One as President of the republic by inaugurating two community day senior high schools at New Longoro and Krobo.
After which he jumped onto the campaign platforms as flag bearer of the NDC Of all the rallies the one at Techiman can probably be described as the grandmother of all rallies.
It is no wonder the party refers to Techiman as the headquarters of the NDC.
The crowd huddled together such that it was commonplace to be stepped on or pushed by others
While seeking the mandate of the people for a second term, President Mahama, reiterated his Economic Transformation and livelihood Empowerment Program beginning next year which promises more job openings for the youth and also allow them acquire some skills.
He asked the electorates not to buy into any political propaganda which seeks to coerce them to try someone.
In his words, Ghana is not a specimen to be sent to the laboratory for test and trials
Having served as Member of Parliament, Deputy Minister, Minister and Vice President, the NDC flag bearer is confident he is the best bet amongst the many aspirants.
Meanwhile, President Mahama, has been appraising the people of Jema, the District capital of Kintampo south of some critical roads under construction.
He was speaking at a rally in Jema, which happens to be the hometown of the First Lady Lordina.