To that end, he said, the two should not be voted for in this year’s elections.
He told TV3‘s Joseph Armstrong in an interview on Sunday, October 4 that he is the best option for the electorates because he has quality leadership skills for which he should be voted for in the polls.
“They have to give me the nod because I have weighed all the candidates and aspirants including the current president and the former,” Dr Assiseh said.
“None of them has the leadership potentials.”
Ghanaians go to the polls to elect a president and Members of Parliament on Monday, December 7.
Almost all the political parties have elected their flagbearers as part of preparations for the exercise.
By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana