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Akufo-Addo Is Not A Statesman, He Cannot Be Trusted - Koku Anyidoho
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Commutations Director at the Presidency, Koku Anyidoho, has said that the 2012 Presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Akufo-Addo on Tuesday lost his status as a statesman, after addressing a section of the public in Kumasi.

He said Nana Addos body language and delivery at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology on that fateful day smacks of desperation and arrogance.

Mr. Anyidoho, who was speaking on Adom fms Dwaso Nsem morning show programme, said President John Mahama on the other hand showed maturity and exemplary leadership when he mounted the podium to address the gathering.

Nana Addo who started this violent talk has refused to come out neither to apologize nor to call his followers to order... Nana Addo has failed to call his people to order...he talks about every sector committing to peace whiles he himself has not done so.

Along that, Mr Anyidoho submitted that until the NPP flag bearer comes public to render an unqualified apology for his All-Die-Be-Die mantra, Ghanaians will never consider him as a serious politician.

He described the NPP flagbearer as a man with a very divisive character who could not be trusted with the destiny of the country hence the need to vote against his candidature.

He further chastised Nana Akufo-Addo for saying the President Mahama must show leadership saying, I dont understand what Akufo-Addo meant by President Mahama must demonstrate leadership; Mahama has consistently shown leadership and gone beyond the rhetoric that Nana Addo is talking about.
Source: Kojo Smith/ghanaweb

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