I am committed to accepting the outcome of polls - Amaki Darko-Attopee

Madam Tilapia Madam Darko-Attopee has said she will accept the outcome of the polls whether or not she wins

Mon, 21 Nov 2016 Source: GhanaWeb

With some few weeks to the December polls candidates of the various political parties have been garnering for support from the electorates amidst calls for peace.

NDC Parliamentary aspirant for Ablekuma North has written a letter to her supporters within the constituency urging for calm during and after the polls.

Below is the letter;

Dear Comrades,

We've been on the campaign trail for unending weeks. We've brought you the good news of President John Dramani Mahama, the NDC and also The NDC-Ablekuma North.

As we enter the fifteenth day mark, I would want to thank every supporter that has worked hard to bring positive change to Ablekuma North, by campaigning, coming for rallies, walks and contributing in cash and kind. I pray that God replenishes you.

I Sally Amaki Darko Attopee, trust that Ablekuma North has come of age; with the ability to see the deplorable conditions in which we live and the courage to make a change that we've waited 20years to herald. Look at how you houses flood, look at your roads, look at how inaccessible your MP has been and vote for Sally to bring you the best.

As a career teacher and a mother, I appreciate the ingenuity of the Ghanaian youth; I understand the energy that they possess and the impact they have. I urge the youth to stay calm during and after the elections, in Ablekuma North and the entire country. Peace is a gem on which development is fashioned.

Come the 7th of December 2016, go out and vote for number 3 on the presidential ballot, vote for Sally Amaki Darko-Attopee in Ablekuma North and vote for the NDC. I am committed to accepting the outcome of polls in a free and fair election.

God bless the NDC, God Bless Ablekuma North, God bless John Mahama and God bless Ghana.

Yours in service, Sally Amaki Darko Attope Aka Madam Tilapia

Source: GhanaWeb