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I Debated Presidential Candidate Ayariga. Critical News, 4th November 2012

Posted by Business in Ghana on November 4, 2012

Sydney Casely-Hayford,

I spent four hours of my life listening to the Presidential debate.  I thought it was very critical to my future, so I gave up the time, devoted my full attention to those who would be President and run the affairs of this country.  We either turn things round in the next four years or we lose our edge and lead on the African continent.  Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo, John Dramani Mahama and Abu Sakara, were privileged in Tamale last Tuesday when they mounted their platforms together with the People’s National Convention party’s, Hassan Ayariga, to share their thoughts and vision with Ghanaians.  I do not know Hassan, I heard his views for the first time last week and I looked up his profile on the net.  Not too sure how he got the nod from the PNC to become their candidate, but his performance that night has created a new ring tone for mobile telephony.  On Saturday morning, Joy City breakfast show voted him the “tornuu” of the week.  Now, other celebrities have won this accolade before so no worries, but clearly Hassan was not in the same league as the other candidates and I think on that performance alone, he can chalk his Presidential bid goodbye.  But I liked him.  He appeared in a suit and condemned all those who would come to us wearing foreign apparel to convince us of their sterling qualities.  He obviously has a great sense of humor too.  I found jollity in his Toyota car seat supply idea, amongst many others.  So, enough said. Read the rest of this entry »

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