Presidential candidate of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has denied moving the capital of Ghana from Accra to his hometown Kyebi in the Eastern region.

According to him, such fabrication can only come from people with “narrow vision of what the country needs”.

An alleged email purported to have emanated from the NPP leader claim, he intends to move Ghana’s capital from Accra to his hometown if he wins the December 7 general elections.

A group led by Wolomo of the Ga-Dangme Nii Samoah Kokropong at a news conference urged Gas to vote against Nana Akufo-Addo to register their displeasure.

But the NPP presidential candidate in an exclusive interview on Peace FM’s morning show Kokrokoo described such allegation as diabolical intended to divide the country on tribal lines.

He argued that, it is a campaign message being propagated by his opponent to make him unpopular among the Ga-Dangme tribe in the country.

The NPP leader could not fathom why Ghana’s body politic has degenerated into negativity instead of focusing on issues.

“Let’s focus on politics of issues because we have important problems confronting the economy” he bemoaned.

What he want to be remembered for should he win the December polls, Nana Akufo-Addo said is improving the socio-economic conditions of the citizenry.

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