Ghanaians cannot survive another four years under NPP administration - Sammy Gyamfi

Ghanaians cannot survive another four years under NPP administration - Sammy Gyamfi

- Sammy Gyamfi has underscored the need for eligible voters to go out in their numbers to register

- He said it is very important to register in order to vote out the “tyranny” of the Akufo-Addo-led NPP government

- He added that giving four more years to the president means four more years of harassment, violence, and lawlessness

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The National Communications Officer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi, has underscored the need for eligible voters to go out in their numbers to register for the new voters roll.

According to him, it is very important to register in order to vote out the “tyranny” of the Akufo-Addo-led New Patriotic Party (NPP) government.

Sammy Gyamfi said there seemed to be a deliberate agenda of tribal discrimination hatched by Nana Addo's NPP to frustrate and disenfranchise Ghanaians of certain tribes.

Ghanaians cannot survive another four years under NPP administration – Sammy Gyamfi
National Communications Officer of the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi Source: UGC
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Sammy Gyamfi further stated that, for him, the simple decision come December 7 is to kick the NPP out of power.

He added that giving four more years to the president means four more years of harassment, violence, and lawlessness.

He said:

“We cannot survive four more years of tribal bigotry, four more years of harassment, four more years of violence and lawlessness, four more years of bastardization of state institutions and four more years of injustice under despotic Akufo-Addo."

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In other news, the NDC General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah has been sighted in a video exchanging words with soldiers at a voters’ registration centre in the Bono Region.

Nketiah says the soldiers stationed at Banda in the Bono Region are refusing to allow some residents to register in the Electoral Commission's ongoing exercise.

A video on Kasapafmonline shows the NDC scribe exchanging words with the soldiers who had blocked the road to stop busloads of people from accessing registration centres.

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