Communications director of the NDC has aimed a swipe at Martin Agyei Korsah by insisting he lacks the required political experience to lead the opposition party to electoral victory.
Solomon Nkansah said the NPP’s director of elections is “politically unwise” and has no “institutional memory” to steer the affairs of a formidable party like the NPP.
The NDC firebrand said this on Peace FM during the station’s political programme, “Parliament on Radio” on Monday.
“Martin is simply a square peg in a round hole. He’s politically immature and lacks the experience to be on the frontline for the NPP.
“He is very naïve and no serious party will appoint him as director of election. They should never think they would win a presidential election with this small boy being their director of elections; It will never happen!” Solomon Nkansah stressed.
Commenting on the impending elections, he said the achievements of President Mahama over the years will get him reelected on Wednesday.
President Mahama, Solomon Nkansah averred, is dedicated, committed and has remain consistent in delivering infrastructural projects and providing sound economic policies to make life bearable for Ghanaians.