According to him, the infrastructural achievement of the government between 2012 and now, will give the President a smooth ride through the elections.
He said Ghanaians will admit that the achievement of the Mahama-led administration is unprecedented if they begin to tell their story from one sector to the other.
The acting Presidential spokesperson also dismissed concerns over the decision by a youth organiser of the NDC George Boateng to contest the President in the upcoming presidential and parliamentary primaries of the party.
“I think to even discuss that may not be the best use of time. I believe strongly that whoever contests Mahama will lose abysmally,” he noted.