Don’t exchange your votes with gifts – Naabu

Bawena (N/R), March 9, GNA – Mr Daniel Bugre Naabu, Northern Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has advised Ghanaians to avoid voting for a party under the influence of gifts.

He indicated that some politicians in the past induced the minds of electorates to vote for them and at the end worsen their economic conditions.

Mr Naabu gave the advice when he addressed electorate at the Daboya-Mankarigo Constituency of the Northern Region.

He urged electorates to be mindful of some of the political parties such as the NDC which were likely to come with clothing, rice, sugar, salt, ‘Maggi’ among others in the name of soliciting for their votes, noting, that those items would serve as their death warrant because the NDC for instance would continue with their unpopular policies.

Hajia Mohammed Sofia, Northern Regional Deputy Women’s Organizer of the NPP, admonished residents especially women to vote the NDC out since they had collapsed the National Health Insurance Scheme, free maternal care policy and other pro-poor social intervention policies initiated by the erstwhile Kufour administration.

She mentioned among other things the high school fees, lack of jobs for graduates, the youth and the general hardships in the country, where indications that the NDC could not manage the country well hence the need to vote them out of power.

Mr Yahaya Kasim, the Daboya-Mankarigo Constituency Chairman of the NPP, appealed to the people to ensure that they voted massively for the NPP in the impending elections to transform the broken economy, saying, the NPP would re-position the economy, create jobs and ensure equitable development of the country.


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