The Western Regional Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) who is also a Presidential Staffer, Charles Nana Banyin Onuawonto Cromwell Bissue has stated that Ghanaians are going to give Nana Akufo-Addo and the party another four-mandate to do more projects to bring a complete change to the country.
Mr. Bissue’s comment came in the wake of a report by EIU published in the newspaper that Nana Akufo-Addo will win the 2020 general elections.
A story which has sparked controversies in the country by both the NDC and NPP doing their usual politics about the report.
The Western Regional Secretary was quick to say that even though the source of the report is very authentic, the party will not depend on the report to relax, adding that the NPP will retain the seat in power again.
He said Ghanaians appreciate the work NPP government is doing for the country. This he said will propel them to reward the president Akufo-Addo with massive vote come December 2020.
In the previous years we used to pay people to vote but now things has changed in the country. “Imagine Ghanaians giving us another term in power,we will do more than we have already done in our current term,” Mr. Bissue asserted.
“Since 2008 we had only one message for the country and we have delivered our message to the people. The previous government tormented the lives of Ghanaians when they were in power. We didn’t have consistent lights or electricity in the country, the agric sector was in deplorable state when they left. The NPP government have now done better than the previous government in every sector of the economy. Every sector of the economy has been managed well since we came to power,” he said.
He sited the Free Senior High School Policy, Planting for Food and Jobs, 1D1F, One Village One Dam, one million for each constituency and other policies enrolled by the government to change the live of Ghanaians.
To this end, Mr. Bissue therefore advised the final year students of SHS to do their best and out with flying colours in the WASSCE exams.
Source: Ghananest.com/Matthew Dadzie