04 July 2016

Akufo-Addo mocks NDC’s ‘e dey be kԑkԑ’ slogan

Nana Akufo-Addo4The flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has criticised President John Mahama for what according to him is the lack of meaningful message in the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s 2016 campaign.

Addressing a gathering at the Asesewa market, in the Upper Manya constituency of the Eastern Region, Nana Akufo-Addo said he will not join the fray to put out a meaningless message like ‘e dey be kԑkԑ’ – which means ‘life is good’.

“Our message is about bringing jobs to the people of Ghana, reviving our economy, improving our agriculture, diversifying our agriculture, that is the business we are coming to do,” said the NPP’s 2016 presidential candidate on Friday, July 1.

The leader of the largest opposition party in Ghana said the claim by President Mahama that the NPP has no message is laughable, because the party, since 2008, has remained consistent with the message of industrialising Ghana’s economy, whereas ruling NDC’s has been an empty ‘e dey bee kԑkԑ’.

“Mahama says we in the NPP have no message. His message of ‘e dey bee kԑkԑ’ is one I will never put before the Ghanaian people. Is ‘e dey bee kԑkԑ’a message? What do you understand by ‘e dey bee kԑkԑ’? If this is the kind of message he wants from the NPP, he will never get it,” the NPP flagbearer said.

Nana Akufo-Addo is on a 5-day campaign tour of the Eastern Region ahead of Presidential polls on November 7 this year.

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