Nana Konadu Agyemang-Rawlings
Former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang-Rawlings, has debased the governing National Democratic Congress’ claims of unprecedented infrastructural development.
According to her, the claims are nothing but “lies.”
Speaking in an interview with Accra-based Class FM, the presidential nominee of the National Democratic Party (NDP) added: “I don’t see what the president is talking about because he is lying to us and we won’t accept it.”
Mrs Rawlings chastised President John Mahama for plummeting the economic fortunes of the country as a result of unbridled corruption and mismanagement.
“I saw them [government] commissioning a school in Derma. … The population in Derma is not more than 300 people [but] the school that has been put there can house over 5,000 people. Is that what you want your monies to be used for?” she questioned.
Touching on the electoral fortunes of the NDP, she said the NDP will reverse the two-party hegemony in the forthcoming polls.
“You go to some countries, there are say two or three parties that have entrenched themselves, then suddenly one comes and sees everybody off and they become the government,” stated Mrs Rawlings.