Vote NDC back to rescue citizenry from hardships – Naana Opoku-Agyemang appeals to electorate

Professor Naana Opoku-Agyemang, the Election 2020 Running Mate of the Presidential Aspirant of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has stressed that the December polls is about the destiny and future of the country and not take them for granted.

She appealed to the electorate to come out in their numbers to vote for former President John Mahama to save the country and to ensure socio-economic growth and development agenda.

Prof. Opoku-Agyemang was addressing separate durbars at Gomoa Ankamu, Apam, Gomoa Asebu, Mangoase, Nyakrom, Agona Asafo, Awutu Bereku, Gomoa Buduburam, and Kasoa during her recent tour of the Central Region.

As part of the visit, Prof. Opoku-Agyemang and her entourage paid courtesy calls on traditional leaders and Zongo communities before addressing party supporters and members at respective rallies.

“The NDC is the only party that can rescue Ghanaians from economic hardships since
our flag bearer and former president is a man who promises and delivers and should be voted back to continue with the growth, developmental projects, programmes and social interventions he started and also to add more to improve the livelihoods of all,” she assured.

Ofosu Ampofo, National Chairman of the NDC, asked the citizenry to disregard fabricated stories alleging that the party would abolish the Free Senior High School (SHS) policy when voted into power.

“The NDC led by our flag bearer and former President John Mahama has not made this statement on any platform, what we are saying is that we will pursue quality education when voted into power, for the current and unborn generations to benefit, as stated in our People’s Manifesto.

“The NDC running mate is knowledgeable and has the qualities to bring decency to the body politic of our country and I assure you that the next NDC government will bring growth and development to your doorsteps through its “Big Push agenda” and I urge Ghanaians to vote for the party on December 7, for a better destiny and future,” Mr Ampofo intimated. -GNA

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