“Vote NPP; We Have A Track Record of Fixing the Currency” – Akufo-Addo


The Presidential Candidate of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has charged Ghanaians to make very wise decisions on whom to vote for come the November 2016 polls. While urging them to vote NPP, he also gave out reasons why they should do otherwise.

According to the NPP flag bearer, there is no need for Ghanaians to vote out President Mahama if they are convinced their living conditions are up to standard under his government.

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Akufo-Addo made this statement while addressing some spare parts dealers in the Abossey Okai spare parts market on May 14 during his tour in the area.

Speaking to the traders, Akufo-Addo urged them to look into their lives and that of their families as it is today and decide who to allow on the presidential seat based on their findings.

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He specifically advised them to retain “the one on the seat”, if things are going well for them. He then asked them to vote the NPP if they discover the otherwise.

“If you think like you are telling me that your living conditions have deteriorated, then vote NPP because we have a track record of fixing the currency,” he said.

Speaking the native language Twi, Nana Addo added that, “The NPP also has a track record of providing a stable economic environment for you to do well in your business.” 

Meanwhile, Chairman of the spare dealers association, Ampadu Siaw used the opportunity to express the difficulties the spare part dealers are facing so far as a result of the worsening economic conditions in the country.

He told the NPP leader that many members of the association are currently standing the risk of losing their jobs considering the imminent closure of shops by some of the dealers.

He therefore called on Nana Addo to remember to come to their aid if he eventually wins in the upcoming presidential polls.