The Progressive People’s Party (PPP), says its flagbearer’s achievements in the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem (KEEA) constituency, surpasses that of President John Mahama’s administration in the area.

He said Nduom’s achievements which include building an industrial enclave and employing thousands of youth in KEEA were unmatched.

Speaking to Citi News, Mr. Ackon said Samuel Attah-Mills is trying to capitalize on the late President Evans Atta-Mills’ name to deceive the people of KEAA constituency into voting for him.

“Everybody from KEEA knows what Dr. Nduom has done in that constituency. John Mahama has not even done one-tenth of what Dr. Nduom has done in KEEA. We are talking about 1,000 people who have been employed directly, not to talk of those employed indirectly,” he said.

“KEAA is for serious-minded people and people who are serious about the development of the area. What has he [Samuel Attah-Mills] done in his own personal life? What has been his contribution to the constituency? Nobody knows him”, Mr. Ackon added.

‘PPP has no campaign message – NDC’

The NDC parliamentary candidate for KEEA, Samuel Attah-Mills recently took a swipe at the PPP accusing the party of having no campaign message hence their consistent making demands for the autopsy report of the late President John Evans Attah-Mills on their campaign trail.

The PPP Flagbearer, Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom, on various political platforms, asked the NDC to produce the autopsy report to clear the doubt of Ghanaians on the true cause of the president’s death. But according to the NDC, the calls are needless.

Samuel Attah-Mills said the PPP flagbearer will not win an election even in his own company because his employees know he [Nduom] does not possess what it takes to win any presidential election.

‘Samuel Atta Mills – The Opportunistic Stranger in KEEA’

The PPP in a recent statement described brother of the late President, Samuel Atta Mills as an opportunist and a stranger in the constituency and that he sought to use the death of the late President Mills for political gain.