Don't fall for empty promises - Nana Addo tells voters

Don't fall for empty promises - Nana Addo tells voters

Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has appealed to Ghanaians not to be deceived by 'empty promises' ahead of the general elections.

According to him, voting in this year’s election should be devoid of politics of tribalism and ethnicity but rather on competence and the track-record of the various political parties and their respective candidates, and their ability to deliver decent standards of living for the citizenry.

READ ALSO: Students of UCC say they will not pay utility billsTouring the Ledzokuku constituency in Accra, Nana Akufo-Addo, at Teshie Maami, recounted how the late Gladys Asmah secured a $200 million facility from the Chinese government to construct three fishing harbours at Shama, Elmina and Teshie. The NPP flagbearer explained that before the project could fully take off, the NPP lost power in 2008, and after the NDC, under President Mills, assumed office in 2009, the project was abandoned.

READ ALSO: High Court dismisses Crabbe’s suit against NPP“I have been told that on Thursday the price of petroleum products is set to witness a 3% increase again. The price will continue to increase if we do not change government this year. This year, look up to me and the NPP and let’s change Ghana. We have the men and women to fix Ghana’s economy and bring wealth to everybody,” Nana Addo stated.

Prior to Nana Akufo-Addo’s tour, he first paid a courtesy call on Wulomo of Teshie, Nuumo Adjei Kwanko II, and also introduced himself to the traditional council of Teshie ahead of this year’s elections.

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