NANA’S FREE SHS DAZES NDC … says NPP parliamentary candidate
From Ernest Best Anane, Sabronum-Ash (pick pic as Adabor)
AN ASPIRING New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentarian for the Ahafo-Ano South East Constituency in the Ashanti Region, Mr. Francis Manu Adabor has observed that the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) has lost focus because of Nana Akufo Addo’s free Senior High School (SHS) policy.
According to him, the free Senior High School (SHS) initiative has sent jitters to the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), making them lose focus in their campaign trail. He said the NDC is totally lost and found wanting for a campaign message for Ghanaians, hence their claim of free SHS education being impossible.
The aspirant, who was addressing a mammoth rally after the inauguration of the party’s youth wing at Sabronum in the constituency over the weekend, explained that the NPP is not anti-North and that it has always remained a national party.
“It (NPP) has never come against the people from the three northern regions, let alone any tribe in the country”, he explained. He said NPP has its root from the north and currently enjoys a large following nationwide.
Mr. Manu Adabor noted that NDC’s incompetency at all sectors of the economy was visibly clear and urged the electorate to vote massively for Nana Addo as President and he as their parliamentarian, for accelerated development in the constituency and the nation at large.
He indicated that the four years of the NDC rule has brought untold hardship to majority of Ghanaians, while only a few people, mostly in the ruling party are grabbing wealth at the expense of the majority, adding that the economy is in a mess, and emphasized the need for Ghanaians to vote the NPP to power to fix the problem.
According to him, it is not mandatory for any party to be in power for eight years, unless such a party performs creditably.
He said the NPP is battle ready to rescue Ghanaians, noting that the difference between the NDC and NPP is quite clear for all to see, and it is high time the NDC is shown the exit from the governance of the country.
The secretary of the youth wing, Maxwell Osei Adu-Gyamfi acknowledged Mr. Francis Manu Adabor’s commitment to the development of the area in terms of scholarships and other development projects embarked upon by him.
The rally was also addressed by other speakers, including the NPP constituency Chairman, Mr. Francis Kofi Frimpong, the incumbent MP for the area, Balado Manu and the Parliamentary Candidate for Ahafo-Ano South West, Mr. Johnson Adu.
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