He said the NDC will not pay back their opponents, who had campaigned on the health of the late President Professor John Evans Atta Mills.
The NDC leader, therefore, advised those persons to put a stop to the insults, which he says will not distract him.
“Professor Mills told them that it is God who knows everybody’s fate here on earth,” President Mahama reminded all gathered, recalling again how those persons died before the good old professor.
“Several of the people preceded him and so we are not campaigning on anybody’s health.”
President Mahama made this call on Monday, November 16 when he addressed NDC supporters at the International Trade Fair Center.
Opposition Leader Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo had parried taunts he traced to the NDC that he was recently stretchered off to South Africa after collapsing.
“I am not on a stretcher. I get the impression that the NDC do not want me to travel. Every time I am going to travel they say I am going to see doctors or I am on a stretcher. I am going to continue to travel, and I am fine, as you can see.”
President Mahama charged his supporters to rather pray for good health for their opponents.
“I pray that God grants all of us good health so we see the 2016 elections and our victory.”
He argued that victory for him will follow logic as all presidents but the late professor had been given eight years of government.
By Emmanuel Kwame Amoh|3news.com|Ghana]]>