The Campaign for the December polls has moved to the Hajj Village where posters of the NDC have inundated the location.
The posters greet you even as you drive by. For the pilgrims and their relations who come to see them off as they embark on the pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia, it is a subtle way of telling them to vote NDC.
The poster war among political parties is more pronounced in Accra than elsewhere in the country as every available space appears to be splattered with party posters especially the face of the President.
Along the George Bush Highway, the streetlights used to bear the Ghanaian and US flags to signify the Americans’ sponsorship of the project. But now the latter’s flag has been replaced with the face of the President.
A cynic in reaction to the inundation of especially NDC posters at the Hajj Village near the Polo Park commented, “one would have thought they would spare such a religious exercise our divisive local politics.”
Source: Daily Guide
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