Speaking at the Pentecost University, Nana Addo urges students to vote him and the NPP for a better future
Flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo, has told students to turn their votes to the him and the NPP for a better future. He told them that an NPP government is what Ghana needs right now.
Addressing students at the Pentecost University College, as part of his tour of the Anyaa Sowutuom constituency, Nana Addo Nana Addo urges students to vote for him while pointing out that ever since President Mahama assumed office, Ghana’s economy has depreciated massively.
He continued that the fallen economy has resulted in high levels of unemployment, rising costs of living, etc. All these he said, are hindrances to securing a better future for the millions of Ghanaian youth. Nana Addo told the students that they are the future hence, should not allow the present government to continue destroying the economy.
The NPP flag bearer stated that four more years under Mahama will mean they have no future to look up to. He explained that their ability to get good jobs depends on their decision at the polls in December. Nana addo told the students that this year’s elections is about them, and that they should join hands with the NPP to put Mahama aside, and bring about the desired results.
He then assure the students that if he wins, he will concentrate on growing the economy and making sure there are more and more jobs available for the young people of the country.
Nana Addo continues to campaign ahead of the elections slated for December 7. He will compete against President Mahama who is vying for a second term, and other presidential candidates of other political parties.