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Donald Trump Is Leaving Power With Akufo-Addo – NDC

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A deputy spokesperson for the National Democratic Congress election 2020 campaign Madam Margaret Ansei popularly known as Magoo has opined that from the results of the American election compiled so far, everything shows clearly that the incumbent president Donald Trump is leaving power and Ghana’s President Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo will follow soon.

The deputy spokesperson explained that everything points to the fact that Akufo-Addo Addo who has shared Ghana’s resources through dubious means to members of his family members has attracted the anger of Ghanaians.

She cited the Agyapa deal which has been confirmed by the Special Prosecutor that it was distraught with nepotism and did not pass through authentic legal requirements as reasons why Ghanaians must vote Akufo-Addo out so that John Dramani Mahama will prosecute those robbing Ghanaians when he assumes power again.

Madam Margaret Ansei who is currently on a regional campaign radio tour in the Eastern Region assured that nothing can save Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo who has come to raid Ghanaians and thrown the country into unbearable hardship despite all the juicy promises he made prior to his election in 2016.

She stated that as it stands now the majority of Ghanaians are waiting patiently to vote out the Akufo-Addo’s family and friends’ government on December 7th just like the Americans have done to Donald Trump.

 

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Bring Out The List Of The 500 Students You Distributed The Laptops To – Lydia Alhassan Dares John Dumelo

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NDC Parliamentary Candidate for Ayawaso West Wuogon, Lydia Alhassan has told John Dumelo to provide the list of the 500 students he claimed he has distributed laptops to.

It could be recalled that John Dumelo recently shared videos and photos of himself distributing laptops to tertiary students in the constituency he is contesting for.

Clashing on 3FM for face to face debate, Lydia pinpointed some of her achievements during her two years of representation of the constituency in Parliament.

She now challenged her opponent in the person of John Dumelo to prove that he indeed distributed laptops among 500 students in the constituency.

“I can confirm he gave less than 20 laptops so if he is talking about laptops, he should give us a list of the 500 people he distributed those laptops to, she said.

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I will Abolish English Language in Ghana if Elected – Akua Donkor Promise

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The election day is getting closer and Akua Donkor who is the Presidential Candidate for Ghana Freedom Party, promised to abolish speaking of English when voted into power.

During an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM, Akua Donkor made her intentions clear when asked about her plans for the country and how she will rule should she be given the nod ahead of other candidates on December 7th.

I will abolish speaking of English language in Ghana ,it is by Wisdom that God creates we human beings so we don’t rule by English language but wisdom” she said

She believes the country’s stress to making English language an official language plays a role in it’s under development, hence the need to shift attention away from the Language and stick to our Local language.

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Armed Robbery Cases Go Up Whenever NPP Is In Power – Says John Dramani Mahama

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Flagbearer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, has disclosed that there is consistently increment in armed robbery cases anytime the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is in power.

According to the former president, the robbery attacks in Yendi and its surrounding communities in the Northern Region has increased drastically. This is what John Mahama had to say in whilst addressing the people of Yendi in a rally;

“It is when NDC is in power that we feel safe and secure. Anytime the NDC leaves power, we have an upsurge in an armed robbery cases.’

 

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