Ex-President John Kufuor has said he is strong enough to embark on the campaign to get the New Patriotic party back into power but he will however be cautious in doing so.
The former president, 73, has been walking with the aid of a stick after he underwent an operation early this year.
Concerns have been raised about whether the former president, who remains key in the NPP’s strategy to return to power would be fit enough to be part of the mentally draining and energy sapping campaign trail.
But the ex-president allayed any such fears but was quick to add he will proceed on the campaign with caution.
“I think I am okay, but doctors have advised that to get to full recovery, I have to proceed on the part of caution to carry this, because there could be a relapse,” he told Joy FM who asked if he is fit for the campaign.
“But I am okay. I think I am quite well,” he added.
The ex-president also waded into the controversial policy of fee-free and Senior High School Policy advocated by the NPP described as absolute necessity.
He said Nana Addo had not dreamt about the policy, but has put in place concrete plans to have the policy executed if elected into power.
Mr Kufuor said the country was sitting on a time bomb, if the current practice of allowing wholesale drop-out of students at the JHS Junior High School level allow.