It is not the moment to sleep. It is not the time to sit on the fence. It is not the period to think someone else will do it. It is the time for you to rise up, go out, doing effective campaigning in the hope of realizing your dreams. The dream of securing Ghanaian youth free Senior High School (SHS) education does not come on a silver platter. The dream of ridding Ghana of gargantuan official corruption does not come cheap. The dream of living in a society devoid of selective justice but respect for all does not come at the crack of the finger. All such dreams come into fruition with Nana Dankwah Akuffo-Addo, the visionary proponent of such dreams winning the election.
The NDC though as myopic, liars and a bunch of corrupt entities as they have always been, are out in the open in their numbers, knocking on people's doors soliciting their votes. They are securing the votes of the electorates by feeding them pure lies. We quickly have to get the true message across to our downtrodden voters. We have to accord more time to going out to where the electorates are than staying in our homes phoning into radio stations.
All NPP Communication Team members should take to the streets spreading the good tidings from the camp of the NPP and Nana Akuffo-Addo. The NDC with the help of the Electoral Commissioner are in a better shape and well placed. We cannot underestimate them even though they have no better policies for Ghana. The NDC have greased very well their election-rigging machine. We can only defeat their evil aim and purpose by doing door to door campaigning. It will be disastrous if we as decent Ghanaians allow the corruption, lawlessness and the tribal nepotism in practice by the NDC to continue.
I call on all selfless Ghanaians to vote for Nana Akuffo-Addo and the NPP for their future wellbeing. Let us all be on the ground campaigning to garner more votes for NPP and Nana Akuffo-Addo. There should be NO MORE COMPLACENCY on the part of the NPP.
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