Conditions For Voting For NDC In 2024
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A Ghanaian political activist, has declared that he will vote for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) if and only if the party can assure him that the prices of goods and services will go down to the levels they left off on the 6th January, 2017.
He said anytime he listened to and watched the opposition NDC activists speaking on the very challenged Ghanaian economy which President Nana Akufo Addo and his political cohorts had botched up, the impression he had among others was that when the NDC formed the next Ghanaian government on the 7th January, 2025, every Ghanaian could afford the prices of goods and services.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with MAJOR 1NEWS in Kumasi, the activist, Mr Eric Kweku Djan-Rockson said the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) had disappointed the majority of Ghanaians big time, and that the only hope they had was to see the return of the NDC to government.
He was however quick to add that the suffering Ghanaian did not want the return to power of the NDC simply for the sake of it.
Mr Djan-Rockson said Ghanaians wanted to see the return of the NDC to ameliorate their suffering and not to apportion blames as the NPP had been doing from 2017 to date.
He said for instance, Ghanaians wanted to see the prices of all goods and services returned to the levels the NDC bequeathed the NPP in 2017 if the NDC returned to power in 2025.
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He said as of the time the NDC was exiting power, a gallon of petrol was sold at GHS17.00, and that was the price he wanted to buy the commodity from January, 2025.
He said if the NDC could not do exactly that and rather justify the prices they would inherit from the NPP, then the opposition party should not disturb the peaceful ears of Ghanaians that they had the magic wand to alleviate their present predicament.
Mr Djan-Rockson said over the years, the NPP and the NDC had played on the minds of Ghanaians, adding that it was about time the two parties were told in the face that they could not longer take Ghanaians for granted.
He said if indeed the NDC was committed to alleviate the suffering of Ghanaians, such commitments should be encapsulated in their 2024 manifesto so that they would not go back on their words after they had assumed the reigns of power in 2025.
He said if the NDC could not reduce the prices of goods and services from 2025 as they were harping at present, then they should simply shelve their political ambition of forming the next Ghanaian government and rather throw their unwavering support to the NPP-led government to as it were, govern the country for ever.
Wednesday, May 18, 2022.
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