National Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams says his party is not perturbed by the results of a recent survey which cast doubts about President John Mahama and the ruling party’s ability to win the upcoming general elections.
According to him, the survey report which is believed to be conducted by the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) is not “credible”. He accuses the NPP of concocting the survey to “happy themselves”.
Reports say the study which has been kept under wraps, was compiled in March this year – and doubts the NDC’s chances of winning the upcoming election.
The survey was carried out in all the ten regions of the country and at the end of the exercise, the report indicated that the NPP’s flagbearer, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, is ahead of his NDC contender.
Nana Akufo-Addo is likely to emerge a winner of the 2016 general election scoring 51.85% of the polls, followed by President John Dramani Mahama (of the NDC) with 41.52%.
But speaking on NEAT FM’s morning show dubbed Ghana Montie, Kofi Adams noted that “Nana Addo can only be a president in an election poll, not the main elections, so we don’t care about that.”
The NDC’s National Organiser believe: “NPP themselves conducted the survey so they will be pleased with the outcome. The NPP is just tickling themselves to laugh.”