Positive change is about to dawn on Ghanaians
Positive change in politics to better the lives of all, or the lives of the majority of Ghanaians is just a few months away. Therefore, all and sundry are invited to be part of that change which will bring broad smiles on the faces of all those who are currently downhearted.
Many a Ghanaian wants the current President Mahama’s NDC-led government to be voted out come election 2016 to end their economic woes. They see President Mahama and his myopic style of governance as their most dreaded nightmare come true to torment them hence their resolute determination to pull the brakes on him.
Who in his right frame of mind will vote for President Mahama and NDC to continue to inflict economic, mental, moral and physical injuries on Ghanaians for the next four years? Even a fool dribbling at the mouth, sitting at a corner of his house, will never dream of giving President Mahama his vote because he is feeling the heat of the outrageous governance led by the corruption-induced President.
Now that positive change is not far coming, I shall appeal to all Ghanaians to make it a duty to play their part to quicken the manifestation of that change. Without your help, the change will tarry to the detriment of all of us.
How can you play a part in the coming change? Simply put, you are to cast your vote for Nana Akufo Addo and the NPP come December 7th, 2016. It is by campaigning for, and finally voting for, Nana Akufo Addo and the NPP, that you can bring about that positive change we all dream of.
In a few days’ time, you will have the opportunity to hear my election winning campaign message I have for all fellow Ghanaians. When you do receive the message, please pass it on to others until it has reached every Ghanaian no matter where they live.
Please, do not allow members of the NDC and President Mahama to fool you by offering you a one- off election hamper or a few tins of sardine, machete etc. Let them know that even though you have a short memory as he has been saying, this time around, you do remember all the sufferings he has plunged you into.
As the wages of sins is death, so shall the punishment for President Mahama be to voting him out of office.
Be it known to Mrs Charlotte Osei that no matter whatever dubious plans she resorts to in favour of President “Me be dii bi keke alias Me ntie obiaa”, President Mahama and the NDC shall be voted out of power come 7th December 2016.
The revealed positively blowing wind for change is coming to blow President Mahama away from the presidency regardless of his collusive actions taken to winning election 2016.