Mr. Bright Botchway, the aspirant Central Regional Youth Organizer for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has vowed and urged Ghanaians to go all out and vote out the NPP on December 7, 2024, as the victory of NDC will free them from the agony the NPP has brought upon the nation.
Last Saturday, BB, as he is more often known, claimed that President Akufo-Addo had failed miserably ever since he seized control from the NDC.
He added that the Akufo-Addo-led government has been characterized by corruption, insecurity, lawlessness, and untold hardship; thus, only friends and families are benefiting from his administration.
He added that the removal of the NPP from office would mark Ghanaians’ second independence and that the NDC will provide strong policies that might improve their quality of life.
He added that when the National Democratic Congress (NDC) regains power in 2024, the country’s social and economic problems will undoubtedly be resolved.
“High unemployment rate in the country, businesses suffering, the economy on feeble wheels under this inept government will be a thing of the past,” he said.
NDC executives, outstanding women in the party from all walks of life, party supporters, and sympathizers flocked to Winneba to hear Mr. Bright Botchway, the newly elected Central Regional Youth Organizer, describe NDC’s plans to address the social and economic problems facing the nation.
He stressed that NDC will handle the country’s “galamsey” scourge, which has severely damaged the country’s flora cover and water bodies, as well as that there is a well-crafted strategy to generate more work possibilities for the teeming youth.
He praised all party members for their efforts in the 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections, noting that the party had 106 seats in parliament prior to the election, but “today the party has 137 seats.”
He cautioned party officials to avoid backstabbing, tearing him down, and other selfish behaviors in order to work closely for the NDC’s common goal in a successful election victory in 2024.
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