Rise up and fight for victory for NDC – Osman Ayariga to the youth

Deputy Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Osman Ayariga, delivered a compelling speech at the “Building The Ghana We Want Together” tour led by presidential candidate John Dramani Mahama.

The event, hosted at the vibrant Batco, also known as Campus Connect, resonated with Ayariga’s passionate call to the youth.

Osman Ayariga, addressing the gathering, highlighted the pivotal role the youth have played throughout Ghana’s history.

“On the day of colonialism, against military regimes, and in opposition to governments hindering Ghana’s progress, it was the youth at the center of the fight,” Ayariga passionately asserted.

Looking forward to the 2024 elections, Ayariga emphasized that it transcends mere political affiliations.

“It’s about the future and the youth of the country,” he declared.

Drawing a stark comparison, he framed the choice as “a vote between an honest man, John Mahama, and someone who’s not honest, Bawumia.”

Ayariga urged the youth to recognize the gravity of their decision, stating, “It’s a vote between nation builders and nation looters. John Mahama has done it before, and he will do it again.”

The plight of the youth, grappling with unemployment, formed a crucial part of Ayariga’s address. He pointed out the stark contrast between promises made by the ruling NPP and the harsh reality experienced by the youth. “NPP has promised heaven, and we are experiencing hell,” he declared, prompting a resounding call for the youth to rise.

“It’s time for the youth of this country to rise,” Ayariga proclaimed, emphasizing the urgent need for a collective voice in shaping the nation’s destiny. As the tour resonates across Ghana, Osman Ayariga’s impassioned speech serves as a rallying cry, motivating the youth to actively participate in shaping the future they aspire to see.

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