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Ghanaians Would Suffer If They Vote Nana Addo As President – Baby Ansaba
 
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04-Mar-2016  
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Editor for the Punch Newspaper, Ebenezer Ato Sam a.k.a. Baby Ansaba has said that Ghanaians would suffer if they vote NPP into power especially at a time when Akufo-Addo still remains the flag bearer.

According to him the NPP is no more practicing democracy since gurus of the party have cultivated the habit of sacking any executive or member who expresses his/her view concerning the happenings in the party.

“Ghanaians will really suffer hardship when they don’t give President Mahama the second chance to rule the nation, because the NPP have thrown out the practice of democracy in their party,” he said.

He clarified that members of the party can no longer express their views on issues bothering them both internally or externally, which is a very bad practice for a party like the NPP.

He indicated that “the manner in which the party’s Chairman and General Secretary were all taken out of the party were not in line per the party’s constitution.”

He indicated in an interview with Okay FM on the morning show with host Kwame Nkrumah Tikesie.

“Indeed Ghana is not ready to have Akufo-Addo as its president, therefore citizens should be ready to vote for a president who is always present to protect the constitution of the land and also rule the country based on its constitution.”

He asked Akufo-Addo to have it at the back of his mind that governance is not “asana” (a locally prepared drink) for it to be tested, so he should stop disturbing citizens and begging them to try him as a president of Ghana come 7th November.

 
 
 
 
Source: Elizabeth Semiheva/Peacefmonline.com
 
 

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