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Vote For Me Or Risk Making The Irreversible Mistake In Life - Dr. Abu Sakara
 
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31-Oct-2012  
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Audio Attachment:"I have come here as a political prophet if you like, to warn you of the irreversible choice that you would make in this 2012 elections."
 


 
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The flagbearer of the Convention People’s Party(CPP) Dr. Abu Sakara, has forewarned the Ghanaian electorate not to make the irreversible mistake of placing and voting for any presidential candidate ahead of this year’s election.

He made this passionate appeal during his closing remarks at the just ended IEA debate in Tamale.

In what best can be described as a jab at all the other presidential contenders, Dr. Sakara stated that the electorate is faced with either electing him or "choosing the path of prosperity for a few of us at the expense of many".

According to the CPP flagbearer who described himself as "a political prophet", he has been ordained to tell his flock that failure to elect him would lead to a situation where people would gnash their teeth.

"I have come here as a messenger or a political prophet if you like, to warn you of the irreversible choice that you would make in this 2012 elections."

"You are faced with one of only two choices; you may choose the path of peace or prosperity for all of us or choose a path of prosperity for a few of us at the expense of many (few countries are able to come out from that choice)", the "political prophet" stated.

Tipped by many as one of the most outstanding performers during Tuesday's debate, Dr. Sakara tried to convince his audience to put their trust in the Convention People’s Party(CPP) since it is a party that put the priority of the Ghanaian first.

He also cautioned the electorate to stop reeling on and believing in the “utopian” ideas the NDC and NPP keep feeding them with.

"My two compatriots who have been in power over the last twenty nine(29) years have fed you on the utopian of private sector led growth with market leading the way.But what I can tell you is that,that model has not developed one single developing country because government need to take the responsibility of investing to create jobs and growth", he added.
 
 
 
Source: Chris Joe Quaicoe/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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