It is now clear that the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) are shaken by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) policies for the December polls especially the widely accepted free Senior High School (SHS), Vocational and Technical education policies.
The New Crusading GUIDE has chanced upon a 16 page booklet titled “NPP Victory 2012” bearing the pictures of NPP Flag-bearer, Nana Akufo – Addo, and his running mate Dr. Bawumia, bearing the colours of the party in a calculated attempt to turn the NPP policies into something which can best be described as ‘rubbish’ for the electorates to vote against the NPP.
The booklet which is bearing some old pictures of the flag-bearer in the previous election (2008) also has some previous past Ministers in the Kufuor administration in its first chapter titled “The 2012 NPP Manifesto Proposal on Education, the view of an SHS graduate” explaining how it would be difficult for the NPP to execute such policies.
Interestingly, the fake booklet is being circulated in the Ashanti Region ostensibly to confuse the electorates.
The book which has an anonymous author was being sold in the Ashanti Region by a young energetic lady called Afia Opkuaa at a mini rally within the corridors of Ahafo Ano North Constituency in the Ashanti Region where the flag-bearer, Nana Addo, had reached with his ‘Restoring Hope’ message.
The trader who was caught selling the fake booklets told The New Crusading GUIDE in an interview that she bought the books from Asafo market in the Ashanti Region but never knew it contained some diabolical plans to undermine the campaign of the NPP.
The trader who claimed to be a strong NPP supporter alleged that she bought the books from a known NDC sympathizer who deals in stationery.
It is on record that, some leading members of the NDC including the Education Minister, Lee Ocran, have mounted a spirited campaign against the policy being trumpeted by Nana Addo and his Campaign team.
Meanwhile, some top gurus within the NPP have called on all party supporters and the citizenry at large to be “red alert” with such fake documents (booklets) which are being circulated country wide.