Former Ambassador urges Ghanaians to vote for patriotic leaders


Sunyani, Mar 09, GNA – Mr George Kumi, a former Ambassador has called on the Ghanaian electorate to vote for politicians with nationalistic ideals in the November 7, polls.

‘The ordinary voter can easily assess these politicians based on their individual contributions to society and the nation at large’, he stated.

Mr Kumi, a former Ambassador to Libya and High Commissioner to Nigeria made the call in a statement to mark the 59th Independence Day anniversary.

A copy of the statement made available to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) emphasized that the current economic situation in the county required the services of patriotic citizens to effect transformation and growth.

Mr Kumi who is contesting for the Sunyani East constituency parliamentary seat as an independent candidates noted that partisan politics had been the bane of national development.

He said until Ghanaians avoided voting on partisan lines, efforts towards national reconstruction would have little results.

Mr Kumi entreated voters to make informed decisions and vote wisely during the general election by avoiding selfish parliamentarians who had not done anything substantial in their constituencies. GNA

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