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NDC LIARS at it again.... Bawumia @ VP Debate

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Bajan
Date:
2008-11-10 09:37:22


When will these stupid, incompetent, desperate and dishonest NDC baboons like JEEPERS CREEPERS and company learn that their campaign of one stupid LIE after another is NOT going to help them in this election?

The vice presidential debates are set for next week Thursday and Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has already stated that he will be there.

But the focus this week will be on the second presidential debates to be held in Tamale on Wednesday.

As election day draws nearer you will hear these desperate NDC losers bleating even more loudly, but it is far too late for them... they have nothing to offer and Ghanaians are not going to be fooled by their stupid LIES.

We are moving forward!

They will be smoked like goats come December.

Nuff Respect, Bajan.

http://news.myjoyonline.com/elections/200811/22382.asp

Vice presidential candidates to debate on November 20

Last Updated: Tuesday, 4 November 2008, 16:70 GMT

The presidential candidates had their first debate in Accra on October 29

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Vice presidential candidates of the four parties with representation in parliament will have their only debate in Cape Coast on November 20, the organisers, Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), announced on Tuesday.

IEA said the vice presidential candidates of the New Patriotic Party, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, National Democratic Congress, John Dramani Mahama, Convention People’s Party, Dr. Abu Foster Sakara, and People’s National Convention, Ms. Petra Maria Amegashie, would answer questions from two moderators.

The event would be aired live from 1800 hours on GTV, GBC radio, Joy FM and all major media outlets across the country.

A statement signed by Mrs Jean Mensa, Administrator of IEA, said its Presidential Debates Committee believed that the debate would provide deeper insights into the character, qualifications and convictions of the candidates and give more complete view of the presidential ticket.

It would also give a platform to the vice presidential candidates to educate the electorate on how they would assist the president to promote national development and offer platform for deeper discussion and critical analysis of party manifestos and policies.

Meanwhile, the second debate for the presidential candidates would be held in Tamale on November 12 at 1700 hours.

The theme for the Tamale Debate would be “Strengthening the Pillars of Ghana’s Democracy” and would have governance and human/social security as the sub-themes.

The moderators of the Tamale Debate would be Prof. Ivan Addae-Mensah, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana and Mr Israel Laryea of Joy FM.

Source: GNA

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http://www.thestatesmanonline.com/pages/news_detail.php?newsid=7696§ion=1

Bawumia confirms presence at debate

The Statesman , 10/11/2008

Mahamudu Bawumia

Mahamudu Bawumia, running mate to NPP flagbearer Nana Akufo-Addo, will take part in the debate planned for vice presidential candidates, The Statesman can confirm.

A source close to the NPP campaign team told this paper Dr Bawumia has confirmed his participation with the organisers, Institute of Economic Affairs. The debate is to be held on November 20 in Cape Coast for Vice presidential candidates of the four parties with representation in parliament.

According to the organisers, Dr Mahamudu, National Democratic Congress's John Dramani Mahama, Convention People"s Party’s Abu Foster Sakara, and People’s National Convention’s Petra Maria Amegashie, would answer questions from two moderators.

The event would be aired live from 6pm on GTV, GBC radio, Joy FM and all major media outlets across the country.

A statement signed by Mrs Jean Mensa, Administrator of IEA, said its Presidential Debates Committee believed that the debate would provide deeper insights into the character, qualifications and convictions of the candidates and give more complete view of the presidential ticket.

It would also give a platform to the vice presidential candidates to educate the electorate on how they would assist the president to promote national development and offer platform for deeper discussion and critical analysis of party manifestos and policies.

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