Ahead of tomorrow’s crunch polls, the two largest political parties - New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC) are transporting thousands of students from the University of Ghana to various destinations across the country to cast their ballot.
Hundreds of students who support both parties gathered at vantage points on the UG campus to be transported to their destinations to vote tomorrow.
But a news report by Citi FM indicated that the National Youth Organizer of the NPP, Sammy Awuku in an interview accused the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) of ‘hijacking’ state buses to sabotage their plans of facilitating the transportation of electorates to their respective constituencies.
He said the number of people who had turned up to travel via the NPP’s arranged buses proves Ghanaians are seeking a change in government.
Meanwhile, a visit to some bus terminals in the capital showed scores of Ghanaians had been left stranded in their bid to travel to their various constituencies to cast their ballot because the political parties have hijacked all buses.