Our Opponent Is Desperate To Return To Power; Don't Be Complacent! – Akufo-Addo Charges NPP Communicators

President Nana Addo Dnakwa Akufo-Addo has charged the NPP Campaign team not to be complacent in touting their achievements to Ghanaians.  

He urged the party's Communicators to go all out and propagate the good news of his administration to every electorate.

“Let us make sure our message is heard loud and clear from Axim to Aflao, and from Accra to Paga. Let us go to every part of the country and spread the story of our good news,” President Akufo-Addo posted on his Facebook.

The President further indicated that Ghanaians need to hear the NPP’s message loud and clear so that NPP will be given another mandate to govern the country.

“ . . the possibilities Free SHS will present them; tell the farmers about the programme for Planting for Food and Jobs, which translates into enhanced income levels for them; and let us tell the business entrepreneurs about the reduction of their tax burdens and the improvement of the business climate, so their businesses can flourish, and they can, in turn, create jobs.”

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It bears repeating that 2020 is between the current President and the President who was voted out decisively in the last contest.

It is about leadership. It is about integrity. It is about the performances of the two men when given the opportunity by the Ghanaian people to lead. It is about measuring records against promises. 

It is about which of the two leaders has shown in office that he knows how to manage the economy. It is about which of the two leaders you, the voter, can trust to deliver. It is about which of the two men you can trust with the future of your children. It is about which of the two leaders you know you can depend on in times of crisis. 

It is about which of the two leaders you believe can put in motion the necessary measures to revive and strengthen the economy, businesses, and social services, and build our country out of the Coronavirus pandemic. It is about which of the two leaders can implement a programme of transformation.

We must, however, be reminded, at all times, that we are up against an opponent who is desperate to return to power to continue the agenda of mismanaging the economy to the suffering and despair of businesses, households and families and, by that, jeopardising the future of our children. We cannot afford to let that happen. We cannot, therefore, be complacent. We have to work hard for victory, regardless of the fact that ‘One Good Term Deserves Another’.