Nana Addo Will Be Declared President On December 7 -NPP’s Osafo Marfo

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Hon. Osafo Marfo at Akyem Oda predicts a win for Nana Addo

There can never be enough predictions made, for the possible result of the 2016 elections, which is only 8 days away. Hon. Yaw Osafo Marfo, a former Minister of Finance of the erstwhile Kuffour administration, has said that New patriotic Party (NPP) presidential Candidtae Nana Addo, will emerge victorious after the December 7 elections.

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According to him, Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) Charlotte Osei, would be left with no choice than to declare the NPP Flagbearer President, after Ghanaians have loudly and massively voted for change in December.

Hon. Osafo, who is also a former Member of Parliament for the Akyem Oda Constituency, said this to a massive crowd of NPP supporters; during a campaign for the NPP Parliamentary candidate for the Akyem Oda Constituency, Hon. William Agyapong Quaittoo.



Hon. Osafo Marfo at Akyem Oda, also urged the people to come out in their numbers and vote for Nana Addo and the NPP MP aspirant for the constituency.

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The Elections and Research officer of the constituency Mr. Kingsley Kwegyir, who was there present, also sensitized the people on the electoral processes, to enable them vote accurately on the D-day. He also charged the people to be ambassadors of change and to go round to educate others on the voting processes, to help minimize the rejected ballot menace.

On his part, the NPP Member of Parliament for the constituency, Hon. William Quaittoo pleaded with the supporters to vote early enough on December 7, to be able to go round to help get others who not able to vote on their own. The Constituency Secretary Benjamin Baiden also enlightened the people on the plans and activities of the party prior to the December 7 which include; candle night possession, all women prayer session, street carnival and praises and worship night.

Ghana goes to the polls on December 7 to elect a President and Members of Parliament. Ghanaians continue to wait in anticipation of what the possible outcome of the elections would be.