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14-Jun-2016  
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The Presidential candidate of the All People’s Congress (APC) has urged Ghanaians to reject the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the largest opposition party, New Patriotic Party (NPP) at the November 2016 polls.

Hassan Ayariga said the two political parties are at their wits’ end with no effective policies to rescue the country from its current economic morass.

According to him, there is no salvation in the current political parties who are touting their own “unachievable and non-relevant ideologies.”

The deflected member of the People’s National Congress (PNC) disclosed this when he addressed delegates after his victory at the party’s national congress 
held on June 13, 2016.

Mr Ayariga threw an open invitation to Ghanaians across the various political divide, religious background, and social status to join the APC.

He also invited persons who are undecided, frustrated and disillusioned about happenings in the country to join his party.

Mr Ayariga revealed the APC “intends using all our human resources from every part of our society to rebuild our motherland Ghana.”

He described Ghana as being on the crossroad due to the failure of the Mahama-led government to rescue Ghanaians from the hardships.

He believes as a result of the frustration of Ghanaians, “despondency has become the order of the day and all hope is lost.”

“People have given up, hands are raised to the sky in despair and all seems lost,” he said adding he is coming to relieve Ghanaians of their troubles.

 
 
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