The NDC has dismissed the findings of the latest survey by the Center for Democratic Development (CDD), describing it as a reflection of the opposition party’s campaign message.

The survey which revealed that about 70 percent of Ghanaians believe that the Ghanaian economy is headed the wrong direction, also pointed that nearly half of the populace approved of the president’s leadership skills and performance.

The survey was conducted from a sample size of 2,400 adult Ghanaians cutting across 163 districts and 291 towns and villages.

However reacting to the findings, the campaign coordinator of the ruling party Kofi Adams told Kasapa FM that the NDC does not trust the CDD and its findings because they are an appendage of the New Patriotic Party.

“We in the NDC don’t work with the CDD because they are an NPP affiliated group; we have long held this view. We’ve always insisted they are biased towards NPP.

“If you take a look at their report, it is not different from what Nana Akufo-Addo says when he goes on campaign; their report is essentially a repeat of NPP views,” he said.

Source:Ghana/ Danso Acheampong


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