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11-Oct-2016  
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NDC Communications Director, Fred Agbenyo says that Nana Addo would have given birth to President John Dramani Mahama if he had decided to procreate earlier in life.

Fred Agbenyo was of a strong view that Nana Addo's age as compared to President John Mahama is substantial evidence to his claims.

According to him, Nana Addo has been parading himself as the David in the ongoing elections who is ready to defeat President John Mahama that he claims is Goliath.

But, speaking on Peace FM's Kokrokoo, Mr. Agbenyo stated emphatically that "there's no way that Nana Addo can be a David for President Mahama to be Goliath".

He noted that President Mahama used only three months to defeat him in the previous elections to become the President of the fourth Republic and so, if Ghanaians are to liken any of them to the biblical icon "King David"; it's none other than the President.

Fred Agbenyo therefore wants Nana Addo to stop calling himself "David" because "the David (John Mahama) of our time, the Joshua of our time; rose up, took the mantle.

“He is a Goliath who has been defeated once, twice and he will be defeated the third time. He will have a knockout blow…A small young man called John Dramani Mahama used three months to campaign and gave him a knockout.”

“Looking at their age difference, I’m sure he would have given birth to a person like President Mahama if Nana Addo had given birth earlier…” he added.


 
 
Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi /Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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