Presidential candidate of the People’s National Convention (PNC) in the 2012 Elections Hassan Ayariga has reiterated that he would have upheld a high-level of all-inclusiveness if he had won the 2012 Elections.
He stated that John Dramani Mahama, who emerged victorious in the elections, would have been his Minister of Foreign Affairs while Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the runner-up in the elections, would have been his Minister of Education.
Mr Ayariga was speaking on TV3’s 7GMT on Friday, April 26, 2013.
He added that Dr Forster Abu Sakara would have been his Minister of Agriculture.
“If they had voted me into power, I would have had all this,” he indicated.
Mr Ayariga first mentioned this at the Presidential Debate held by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) prior to the last year’s elections.
Mr Ayariga disclosed that he is working on a project to be dubbed “Let’s Build Ghana Together”.
“Very soon it will be launched,” he added.
The businessman and accountant reiterated his call for an end to the live broadcast of proceedings from the Supreme Court on the election petition, saying it is slowing down productivity.
“This is a normal case anybody can take to court,” he stressed.
He noted in an interview with TV3 News on Thursday that delayed telecast or telecast on weekends would have been the best.
“We are not against the live proceedings of the petition. If it is on Saturdays or Sundays, that’s fine. But people have resorted to watching the television rather than working and it is causing the nation so much and that is what we are against,” he said.