It is obvious that NDC is doing the most whilst still refusing to do the bare minimum. Isn’t it complicated that a political party in a time like this does not have or perhaps still uncertain whom their vice presidential candidate should be but still hovering everywhere acting ready.
The national communications officer of the NDC perhaps thought that was not a necessity or his job at the moment when he challenged Kojo Oppong- Nkrumah, the current Information Minister to a debate on NPP’s claim that 235 ‘promises’ in the 2016 election were rather visions but not promises as the NDC continually said.
Debates are not new in politics and they are necessary in that they reveal the in-depth knowledge that a candidate has in an area of concern.
We believe citizens can not wait for a debate but then we are still reminding these political parties that there are other attendant and pressing issues at hand at the moment than just a debate.