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NDC Will Stop NPP From ‘Breaking The 8’ – Twifo Queen Mothers
Queen mothers in the Twifo Traditional Area, in the Central Region, have thrown support behind John Mahama’s bid for another term at the Presidency.
Queenmother, Nana Abena Antwiwaa, speaking on behalf of the queen mothers, said they trust the ability of the National Democratic Congress’ flagbearer to restore the economy.
She believes the NDC will stop the NPP’s agenda to “break the eight”.
“We the queen mothers of the Twifo Traditional Area which I lead have declared support for you.
We know the NDC will prevent them from winning another term.
They have done their eight years so the NDC will return to power,” she assured the NDC flagbearer.
Speaking on behalf of other queen mothers, she indicated their preparedness to campaign for the NDC.
She said this when the “Building Ghana Tour” of the former president paid a courtesy call on the Twifo Traditional Area.
All the traditional leaders in the area were present for an interaction with the flagbearer of the NDC, John Dramani Mahama.
Omanhene of Twifo, Obrempong Appiah Nuamah II expressed satisfaction at the democracy that the country has enjoyed so far.
He urged the electorate to vote based on developmental issues.
“A lot of the people here vote for the NDC. When it gets to a time when things are not going as expected, there is a need for change. Even if it is moving well, elections must be conducted.
We have all seen how things are going. People leave leadership roles and are brought back because of their good work. We are not surprised that the former President is seeking a return. We pray it is successful,” he said.
Meanwhile, the former President showed appreciation at the warm reception, and indicated the NDC is looking forward to the opportunity to turn around the fortunes of the country.
“The defeat in 2016 has helped me plan for a better Ghana. I have developed new ideas that will be implemented if God grants me another term.
I know it will be a difficult task because the economy is in poor shape so I will not make any huge promise but restoring the economy will be a priority,” he added.