Ayariga visits Chief Imam; makes big promise to Ghanaians ahead of 2020 polls

Ayariga visits Chief Imam; makes big promise to Ghanaians ahead of 2020 polls

- Founder of the All Peoples Congress, Hassan Ayariga has paid a courtesy call on the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu

- According to Mr. Ayariga, he will make sure corruption is curbed if elected into power in the 2020 polls

- Ayariga said when he is voted into power, he would introduce a national data system to monitor every Ghanaian

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Founder and leader of the All Peoples Congress, Hassan Ayariga, has paid a courtesy call on the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu.

According to Mr. Ayariga, he will make sure corruption is curbed if elected into power in the 2020 polls.

Presenting his policies to the National Chief Imam, Ayariga said when he is voted into power, he would introduce a national data system to monitor every Ghanaian

This system, according to him, would take stock of whatever an individual has, ranging from, cars, houses, income, as well as family details.

Ayariga stated that, if the data gives officials a reason to believe that your lifestyle and income do not tally, that individual would have to answer to it.

He added that, if this system is put in place, corruption would be dealt with, and this would in turn save the country's resources and ensure that it is curbed.

READ ALSO: We would absorb 50% of 2020/2021 tertiary students' fees if we win - NDC

In other news, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidential aspirant, John Dramani Mahama, has promised that if he wins the 2020 polls, his government would absorb 50% of the fees of tertiary students for the 2020/2021 academic year.

Mahama explained that the move is to provide a form of support to students and parents as a result of the adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

He made this known when NDC was launching the 2020 campaign manifesto.

“... the next NDC government will absorb fifty percent (50%) of fees of tertiary students for the 2020/2021 academic year as an incentive to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on students and parents,” Mahama stated.

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