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Stop Complaining And Focus On Your Campaign Before You Send Calculators To Court Again – Dennis Miracles Mocks NDC



Dennis Miracles Aboagye, the Communications Director for Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s campaign team, has issued a call to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to adapt their campaign strategies instead of persistently complaining. This response came after accusations from the NDC that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) was bribing bloggers to promote their campaign messages.

Aboagye expressed his views on social media, asserting that the NDC’s tendency to complain about the NPP’s strategies is a significant reason for their repeated electoral defeats. He emphasized that the NPP is fully utilizing available tools to disseminate their campaign messages effectively.

“We are campaigning and using all available tools to send our message across,” Aboagye stated. He criticized the NDC for what he described as a pattern of complaints, paralleling the actions of their perennial Flagbearer. “Be there and continue complaining while we campaign. By the time we see nooorrr, you are copying the approach like you did with the media engagement.”

Aboagye also suggested that the NDC’s persistent complaints could lead to their supporters being unprepared for another potential electoral defeat, implying that the opposition party might find themselves unconvincingly explaining another loss. His pointed remarks concluded with a prediction that the NDC would be “sending calculators to the courts in 6 months,” referencing previous electoral disputes.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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