With some people ready to kick President John Dramani Mahama out of the Flagstaff House, others believe he deserves a second term in office to remedy the economic situation of Ghana.
But no party wants the government voted out of power than the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP).
In respect of this, the Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Joseph Ade Coker, has challenged the NPP to do everything within their power to oust the incumbent government.
According to him, if the NPP is convinced the President has engaged in any act of misconduct; the party should “impeach” him.
Addressing his comments to the NPP Central Regional Secretary, Kwamena Duncan, a panelist on the Wednesday edition of Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’, Ade Coker stated emphatically that the NPP should not hesitate to expose the President.
“Go and impeach him. He’s there for you to impeach him. He’s there for your people to impeach him.”
Ade Coker, however, touted the achievements of President John Mahama stressing that no matter the efforts by the opposition party to dent the character of the President; Ghanaians will retain him in office during the 2016 general elections.
“President Mahama will be retained by the good people of Ghana…If wishes were like horses, beggars would ride,” he stated.