Hon. John Kwame Duodu, popularly called ‘Sir John,” the Atwima Nwabiagya South Constituency 1st Vice Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has urged Ghnanaian electorates not to allow themselves to be deceived by the largest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) during the 2024 general elections
Sir John who is also a staunch member of the National Association of TESCON Patrons, Patron of NPP Crusaders; and the Chief Patron of the Royal Ann College of Health TESCON Branch, said “don’t let anybody deceive you during the 2024 general election; be vigilant; the NDC will come to you with lies, but don’t fall for them.”
Speaking at the TESCON Freshers’ Orientation at Wesley College of Education in Kumasi, Hon. John Kwame Duodu, stated that the NDC had nothing to offer Ghanaians, saying “if they could do something good for the nation and the people, they would have done it when Ghanaians gave them the power for eight good years; see the number of schools and hospitals that have been built by Akufo-Addo and Dr. Bawumi’s government in just six years.’
He noted that it was divine arrangement that Ghanaians voted for NPP in 2016 to rescue our beloved Country, Ghana, from the NDC and the incompetent Mahama administration otherwise, they [NDC] would have drove the country into an irredeemable ditch. He therefore urged the electorates to recount the successes of the Akuffo Addo and Bawumia government and renew the party’s mandate come December 7, 2024 by voting for the next New Patriotic Party’s presidential candidate and parliamentary candidates.
He also recounted other achievements of the NPP government dotted across the country such as free SHS, one District One factory, planting for food and jobs, and other policies and developmental projects.
He emphasized that the NPP truly had the welfare and development of Ghana at heart and urged Ghnanaians not to loose sight of that in choosing between the NPP and NDC.
He charged the executives and members of WESCO TESCON to work hard and be vigilant ahead of the 2024 general elections.