According to him, he will continue appealing to Ghanaians to give him the chance to become president so as to give them good leadership and “dignified life”.
Rounding off his campaign of the Upper West Region at Tumu on Sunday night, Nana Akufo- Addo said the much touted experience the president says he has is a bad one hence the need to get him out of office.
“He says that the presidency is not a trial and error, but when you are there and you are not doing a good job you have to be removed,” he said and insisted another four years in the hands of Mahama will cost Ghana a great deal hence the need for change.
Nana Akufo-Addo added: “The experience that he claims to have is a bad experience. An experience that is costing the people of Ghana we want to bring that experience to an end on December 7. This is my third attempt at the presidency – 2008, 2012 and I’m here again. I say help me.
“I am blessed because inside the NPP we have first class group and we’ll give a first class government and we have the men and women who will bring prosperity to Ghana. The time has come to realise our worth, realise our potential and give a dignified life to our people,” he said.
Nana Addo and Mahama are the frontrunners going into Ghana’s seventh poll under the Fourth Republic. The election is slated for December 7, 2016.