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Hassan Ayariga: "I Am Too Good For Politics...People Need 20 Years To Understand Me"   
 
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20-Nov-2012  
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The flagbearer of the People’s National Convention(PNC),Hassan Ayariga, has asked Ghanaians to fasten their belts and get ready for "Big Big English" at Wednesday's IEA debate.

According to him, because he was not able to speak "Big Big English" at the first presidential debate organized by the Institute of Ecomomic Affaris (IEA) at Tamale in the Northern Region, majority of Ghanaians said he didn’t do well.

"It takes matured people to know what Ayariga is talking about; we are looking for people who will come and rule this country and not those who will come and speak 'big big English'. Tomorrow I am also prepared to say 'big big English' for you.
The people didn’t understand what I was saying. They need 20 years to understand what I am saying. Ayariga is ahead of the nation and Ghanaians need to change. The earlier the people get to understand Hassan Ayariga, the better for this country... sometimes I even feel politics is not for me because I am too good for politics", he said in an interview on Okay FM’s Ade Akye Ebia programme.

Commenting on the IEA presidential debate, he said he will be answering the questions as they come and at the end, "Ayariga will be standing tall".

He added that most of the media houses in Ghana belong to either the New Patriotic Party (NPP) or the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and so after the first presidential debate, they decided to belittle everything he said.

"The questions will be answered properly and everybody will hear the vision of the PNC and Hasan Ayariga. Tomorrow is going to be a wonderful day, I promise you. While the questions are thrown, the answers will flow.

"If you evaluate the previous presidential debate, many of the social media did not understand Hassan Ayariga; got confused and didn’t know what to say...nobody understood me and so this time I will explain it into detail for people to understand me.Ghana is full of NPP and NDC social media; the rest of the media don’t care whether you say the right thing or not but I want the nation to know, I am not worried about the social media", he added.
 
 
Source: Rebecca Addo-Tetteh/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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