Vice President Kwesi Amisah-Arthur has cautioned first time voters not to make electoral choices that will negatively affect them in the next four years.
Addressing students of the Tamale Polytechnic, the NDC vice presidential candidate indicated that unlike other governments, the Mahama-led administration was a listening regime that put the needs of the masses first.
According to him, voting was a critical decision and entreated students to exercise their franchise in a way that would put them on the path to benefiting from democratic dividends.
The vice president is wrapping up his four-day campaign tour of the Northern Region where he visited Kumbungu, Bunkpurugu/Yunyoo, Nalerigu, Savelugu, and Tamale.
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