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Stephen Amoah aka ‘Sticker’
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A leading member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Stephen Amoah aka ‘Sticker,’ says the country would crumple if the Mills-led administration retains power in the forthcoming polls.

He observed that the country was on the brink of collapse following the weak and ineffective leadership by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government.

Sticker consequently warned the electorate against renewing the mandate of the NDC, stressing that the party would send the country to a hopeless place where it would never be saved again.

In order to save the country from further difficulties, the NPP bigwig entreated the populace not to listen to NDC’s lies and rather vote for the NPP to save the country from its ailing state.

The NPP firebrand disclosed this at a special ceremony held at Alabar in the Manhyia Constituncy in Kumasi to officially inaugurate the ‘Zongo Pioneers,’ a Muslim group in the NPP.

Commenting on Ghana’s current hopeless state, he said “another NDC four years in political power will spell doom for Ghana.”

Sticker said the NDC doesn’t have competent men to manage the affairs of the country properly.

He passionately pleaded with the electorate, especially those residing in the Zongo communities to shun the ineffective ruling political party.

Sticker opined that “the NPP and its flagbearer Nana Akufo Addo have the solution to Ghana’s problems so the electorate should give them the chance to save the country from its quandaries in December.

He urged the electorate to vote for a suitable person that could restore hope to Ghanaians.

Sticker said Ghana’s debt had increased astronomically since the NDC administration assumed office.

He urged Zongo communities in the country to vote the NDC out of office, insisting that the NDC dumped the Zongo communities after counting heavily on them to win the elections.

Sticker noted that the governing party would lose the impending polls, saying “the NDC doesn’t have a message to woo the electorate.”

Source: I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi

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