Musician cum politician Kwame A-Plus has reacted to the NDC’s Manifesto and got roasted on Twitter by the NPP supporters.
Kwame A-Plus seems to be endorsing the NDC’s manifesto over the NPP’s. According to him, during the ruling party’s launch of their manifesto, their entire speech was aimed at attacking the NDC’s presidential candidate – John Mahama.
However, the NDC – according to him has delivered the real-ish to Ghanaians during their manifesto launch yesterday.
In a tweet, the loud politician wrote:
“Ghanaians, you see the difference. One went to outdoor his manifesto and all we kept hearing was Mahama, Mahama, Mahama. The other just outdoored his and it was crystal clear, simple@to understand and above all people driven. This heart attack that you people have given to Ogyam.”
A few tweeps reacted to his post as shared beneath:
My man if you like do what ever you want, we will not have time for you, Because your appointment was taking away from you, you are there making noise everywhere, ghanaians have seen your selfish interest.
Is it the Okada manifesto that we no hear some before
— Nana1 Inusah (@InusahNana1) September 8, 2020
I wonder why you all of people is impressed with this “building castles in the air” manifesto! Your rap lines are more appealing than this NDC manifesto. Using 3G to promise us 5G!!!!🤔🤔🤔
— Topmoller™ (@moller_andy) September 8, 2020
When they mentioned the NPP a few times who were they referring to exactly?
— Tuff Seed (@1manODURO) September 8, 2020
This #NDCmanifesto is very impressive and refreshing. Very detailed and comprehensive. Touching on almost every aspect of the economy. There is hope for the future of Ghana. Policy implementation, though is our program as a nation.
— #Tastyteo (@Besure2011) September 8, 2020
If only all of the politicians will do what they say they would, then we could vote based on manifestos
— Owusua Obeng-Akrofi (@jxkolme_diamond) September 8, 2020
The NDC manifesto seems better. But there are certain things that are unsustainable and unnecessary; roping private schools into the free shs programme, providing laptops to tertiary students, providing free sanitary pads to girls under 20 and a few others.
— Casca Yaw Amanquah (@ComradeCasca) September 8, 2020
compare NDC manifesto CPP’s. compare NPP’s of UP’s. the overthrew Nkrumah have done Ghana a lot of harm. what NDC seeks to do would have been done 60yrs ago. unfortunately, old people who should know better are seeking to repeat our sad history.
— Paul Agape (@PaulAgape2) September 8, 2020