Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr has cautioned Ghanaians not to sell their conscience to the political aspirants contesting the 2020 general elections.
He urged the electorate to weigh the words of the aspirants and make a good judgement by voting for the right candidate who will improve their lives.
Speaking on Peace FM's ''Kokrokoo'', Mr. Pratt bemoaned the culture where electorate are induced with money to cast their ballots for a specific candidate.
According to him, this habit of collecting items or money or both to favour a candidate or political party must come to an end.
He strongly held that the aspirants must be voted for or against on their ideologies, thus whether or not they will help the economy.
''Some people would ask to be given something to campaign or cast their ballot for a particular candidate. If you do this, remember you're selling your future. How many days can selling your future for Ghc 50 or 1 million buy for you?''
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