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NDC and NPP Need a Substitute In Governance – Group

Before and after independence till date governance has been in the hence of NDC and NPP but the ordinary voter has never enjoyed even a tip bit of their campaign promised made to them, a Group calling itself “Takra” bemoaned.

The ruling government has done bit of it by implementing policies such as cocoa mass spraying, free health insurance free school feeding, free SHS etc but since the NPP has not gotten any substitute winning an election to rule the country has become somehow easy for them.

The NDC also came out with progressively free SHS but Ghanaians never bought their ideas.

Secondly with that of NDC numerous of infrastructure were numbered under the immediate past government which was headed by H.E formal president John Mahama counting from roads, hospitals, school buildings etc.

Time for any of the smaller parties to pass through is now but who comes.

In a statement signed by the Executives of the group and copied to thepressradio.com they stated that “It has been a long time campaigning in the country with different campaign messages and promises so the minor political parties to map up a strategy to blow off the two main political parties who have been emerging victorious after every election but continue to deceive the ordinary voter with their fake promises”.

Time for substitute is now so any party desperate for power needs to start from now to mount up a new strategy.


Source: Thepressradio.com/Ebenezer Anomaa Kodie

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