Former President John Mahama says one of his shortcomings in the 2016 elections was not speaking directly to Ghanaians.
He went on to say the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) did not communicate well during his regime as President.
Mahama speaking on Starr FM said that allowed the NPP to siphon lies into the minds of Ghanaians.
The former President asked Ghanaians to choose him again because he is the man with a track record everyone can trust.
Mahama in October said the NPP used the tactics of tagging him and the NDC as incompetent and that stuck in the minds of Ghanaians.
In 2016, former President Mahama became the first sitting President in Ghana to lose an election.
He lost by an overwhelming margin of over one million votes in a defeat many analysts attributed to economic mismanagement, erratic power supply and massive unemployment.