The presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party(NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo has urged Ghanaians to give him the chance to lead the country and he would relieve them from the current economic hardship.
He said he wants Ghanaians to try him, by voting massively for him in the upcoming general elections with the assurance that he will not disappoint when given the opportunity.
Speaking at a rally in Accra as part of his Greater Accra regional tour, he said, he will diligently fulfil all the promises he has made to Ghanaians during the campaign.
“I have come to ask for your support. I want you to try the NPP and myself and I will not disappoint you. I promise you that. I will come back here and let you know that,” he said. Credit -citifmonline
The NPP candidate added that “help me become President, and whatever it takes, you will realize a great difference in my work for Ghana. There will be progress and everyone will enjoy better living.
Nana Akufo-Addo who has criticized the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) led by President John Mahama of leading Ghanaians into untold hardship has said on various political platforms that he is ready to lead Ghana into a period of economic prosperity and progress.
‘Vote out Mahama to secure your future’
Nana Akufo-Addo entreated Ghanaian students to vote out President John Dramani Mahama and bring into power, the opposition NPP to secure their future.
He said students have no future under President Mahama because of the mismanagement and collapse of the economy by the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC).
This, according to the NPP presidential candidate, has resulted in increasing youth unemployment in the country with the prospect of students completing school and getting jobs being hugely compromised by the Mahama administration.
“What I am trying to leave with you is that four more years of John Dramani Mahama will mean you that you have no future to look up to,” Nana Akufo-Addo reiterated.
Addressing hundreds of students today [Thursday] at the Pentecost University College, as part of his campaign tour of the Anyaa-Sowutuom constituency in the Greater Accra Region, the NPP presidential candidate said a second four-year for President Mahama means student would have jobs when they leave school.