Mr John Boadu, Acting General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party(NPP) says, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Flagbearer would never debate President John Mahama in the December 7 elections.
According to Boadu, who is also the National Organiser of the NPP, said the Presidential Candidate of the Party would not use his precious time and energy to exchange ideas with the President.
Mr Boadu, made these known when he addressed the teeming supporters at the launching of Gomoa Central Election Campaign at Gomoa Obuasi, near Agona Swedru.
The Acting General Secretary said Nana Addo is touring the country to campaign on issues which would reverse the fragile economy caused by the NDC government.
He said Nana Addo would never debate the numerous corruptions and bribery that had bedeviled the country as a result of bad governance.
The NPP Organiser said President Mahama could debate any of the Presidential Candidate and not Nana Addo.
Mr Boadu and introduced Naana Eyiah, NPP Parliamentary Candidate for Gomoa Central and asked the electorate to vote for her and Nana Addo on the December 7, polls.
He said Nana Addo and Dr Mahamudu Bawumia were poised to wrest power from President Mahama and NDC to free Ghanaians from economic hardship.
Mr Asamoah Boateng, former Information Minister under former President John Agyekum Kufuor said Ghana needed complete change in the administration of the nation to make life better for ordinary people.
He said President Mahama had disappointed the people of Northern Region due to the greatest failure on the implementation of Savanna Accelerated Development Authority.
He said more than GH?300 million the NDC pumped into the programme did not yield fruitful results to benefit people of the Northern Region.
He called on the Ghanaians to vote massively for the NPP to assume the administration of the country to reduce vicious cycle of poverty among the masses.
Naana Eyiah called on the people to vote for Nana Addo and her to implement the policies and programmes to change the lives of Gomoa Central and Ghana as a whole.