NPP's manifesto full of ‘class one' pictures - Ayariga
Founder and flagbearer of the All People’s Party, (APC) Hassan Ayariga, has described the newly launched New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) manifesto as gibberish and class one picture painting exercise.
Hassan Ayariga noted that the 64 -page manifesto is made up of 25 pictures, a clear indication that the NPP is not a serious party unlike, the APC’s 88 page manifesto, which has only one page picture.
He further indicated the NPP’s manifesto team copied the APC manifesto verbatim.
Speaking on Accra based Okay FM Monday, the comical politician said, “we wrote in our manifesto that Ghana is crisis because of the chronic mismanagement under former President Kufuor. The NPP copied made it, ‘Ghana is in crisis because of the mismanagement the Mahama -led National Democratic Party (NDC) has brought upon Ghanaians. This is a clear indication that the NPP has no vision and has nothing to offer Ghanaians. ”
Hassan Ayariga vowed to refer the matter to the Inter Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) for redress and also file a court suit against the NPP.
He bemoaned the current social media craze for kalypo, charging ,“ the NPP is not a serious party, when other political parties are vigorously campaigning for votes, Nana Addo and his cronies are busily drinking Kalypo.”
Reacting on the Ayari’s comment on the same network, Communications director of the NPP, Nana Akomea said the APC leader is not serious and the thus the NPP does not have time to waste on him and dared him to pursue his claims in Court of the law.