The Greater Accra Youth Organizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Moses Abor has challenged the flagbearer of the opposition NDC, John Mahama to a debate over his assurance to legalize okado business when re-elected as President.
According to him, Mr. Mahama stole his vision to legalize okada business in the country.
He cautioned Mr. Mahama to stop plagiarizing his (Moses Abor’s) ideas and tasked him to come out with his own ideas.
“Since we assumed office in 2016, the idea to regulate Okada business has always been my idea as a youth leader and already in consultation with stakeholders in the transport industry to legalize their operations for commercial purposes in the country.
“Was the ban not under NDC’s regime, so why the sudden U-Tune??I am challenging him (Mr. Mahama) to a debate over the legalization of the Okada Business. Enough of the incompetent because Ghanaians are not asking for photocopy President…It is not about copying someone’s idea and changing it to your own. What Ghanaians are expecting from him is to come up with fresh ideas, something that has never been implemented or occurred to anybody thus a unique alternative and not an already existing initiative. Let him accept this challenge and prove Ghanaians wrong. Enough is enough”, he said.
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