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22-Nov-2016  
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Vice presidential candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Miss Bridgett Dzogbenuku, has urged Makola market women, and Chokor fisher-folks to vote for the PPP in the December 7 polls instead of the one-way voting for the ruling National Democratic Congress(NDC).

Madam Bridgett Dzogbenuku made the appeal at a one-day campaign tour of the Greater Accra Region, with her campaign train making whistle stops at Makola Market, the Slaha and Chorkor communities.

In all the areas she visited, Madam Dzogbenuku called on the electorate to vote massively for the PPP for jobs and economic growth of the people of this country.

Accompanying Madam Bridgett and her team was the wife of the party’s flag-bearer, Mrs. Yvonne Nduom, her son, Dr. Kweku Nduom, and the PPP parliamentary aspirant for Chorkor-Mamprobi constituency, and some party faithful(s).

Madam Bridgett revealed that although it has been the trend of the people in the area to vote for NDC, it will be wise this time around to give Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom and the PPP a four-year term to enable him serve Ghanaians.

“After four years, you will not say you are in Ghana you will say you are in heaven,” she added.

The PPP vice presidential nominee noted that her party seeks the opportunity to implement an efficient agenda for accelerated development through an incorruptible leadership, education, health care and jobs.

For her part Mrs. Yvonne Nduom urged the women to vote for PPP, adding that the party’s educational policy of free, compulsory and continuous Junior and Senior High school will be beneficial to them.

According to her, a PPP government will fight for high quality education for all Ghanaian children and free, compulsory, continuous from kindergarten to the end of Senior High School just as it happens in countries like USA, UK and other advanced countries.

According to her, “many girls drop out of school because of teenage pregnancy, stay in the same vicinity with their kids who grow up and follow in the steps of their predecessors.

However, PPP’s educational policy will put a stop to this, and provide avenue for the young girls to attend school at least to the senior high level, she affirmed.

Mrs. Nduom said among the seven presidential candidates contesting the presidential election on December 7, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom was the most trustworthy and the one with the right team to lead Ghana to attain its development goals.

She assured the electorate that if Dr. Nduom is elected President, Ghanaians would not regret, as he would implement result-oriented policies to bring the economy back on its path of progress.

She observed that Ghana under a PPP government will implement feasible policies aimed at making the economy solid to compete globally.

“When you vote and your electricity bills run more than your salary, then it is a wasted vote. She affirmed that Dr. Nduom was the right person to rescue Ghanaians from the grips of poverty.
 
 
Source: Today Newspaper
 
 

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