The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for the South Tongu constituency, Hon. Kobena Mensah Woyome has vehemently denied allegations that he is sabotaging President Mahama's bid for re-election.
President Rawlings in an earlier interview with Citi News, had accused Mr. Woyome of sabotaging the efforts and hard work of President Mahama.
According to the NDC founder, Mr. Woyome and his people are pasting his posters on images of the President in the constituency.
In an interview on Citi FM's news analysis programme Eyewitness News, Mr. Kobena Woyome said “it’s not true and it is not correct. If you visit the districts and constituency you will hear how robust and wonderful the campaign has been going for His Excellence, the President and then also for me. It’s all been issues that we’ve been discuss with the people, the electorates; it’s about how we’ve been able to fulfil our promises and what we have achieved in these four years and what actually we’ve not been able to do. We admit it and assure the good people of continuing when given the mandate.”
Mr. Woyome further indicated: “On the vehicle that I drive in, I have the image of the President boldly pasted... So I just don’t know how I would be pointed as being the person sabotaging His Excellency the President.”
“I want to assure everybody that His Excellency the President has made very wonderful mark in my constituency,” he pointed out.
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