Award winning movie Director, Leila Djansi has charged Presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo to help build a strong and viable Ghana.
According to her, he [Nana Addo] would be held responsible and accountable after the NDC took Ghanaians for granted.
The “Sinking Sands” director who endorsed the NDC in 2012, took to her facebook page to welcome Nana Addo after projections puts Nana Addo in the lead ahead of the EC’s official declaration.
The 72-year-old has so far garnered 4,612,870 votes representing 54.13% from 214 out of the 275 constituencies. Mahama, who led the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) to power in 2012 has about 3,765,537 representing 44.8% of the total votes from 214 constituencies, making it statistically difficult to obtain the required 50% plus 1 mark.
“God bless our homeland Ghana.
And help us to resist oppressors rule
With all our will and might forever more!”
“Middle class Ghana, thank you for speaking with your vote.
John Mahama led NDC took us for granted. Looting and stealing in the name of infrastructure when we have no jobs and no enabling environment for our business to thrive and no money in our pockets! Sharing our taxes with cronies and party supporters and sham businesses.
Welcome, your excellency president elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo. Remember, we shall hold you accountable and responsible. Help us help you build a strong and viable Ghana.
To all my "public figure" colleagues who stood by and watched. You have a voice and a platform not only to make money and fame but to help build the nation. Next time, don't be complacent in an act of self presavation. It's selfish. Who then takes the necessary fall?
Volta Region, I saw your numbers and how you voted. Ko mia wodeee enu metia mi wa? (Don't you get tired?). It's no longer about JJ Rawlings, your son and party colors. It's about your future and that of your children and their children. My firm message to you all, we shall support the incoming government to help us grow.
It's a new dawn! God bless our homeland Ghana!
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