Ghanaians will in 2 days from now be casting their ballots. It will be an interesting election to watch out for. Since 1992 the ruling NPP has won 3 of the elections while the NDC have picked up 4 electoral wins. The election wil be the 8th of its kind as the 2 biggest political parties renew rivalry on December 7.
On ‘Alhaji and Alhaji’ this morning, veteran journalist and Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper shared his thoughts on the upcoming elections. According to him nobody should try to intimidate votes on the election day. He also charged the Electoral Commission against rushing to declaring results.
“The people will speak and their words will be final. No one can stop them. Nobody should think that they can use the security services to intimidate anyone. It will not happen. The security services will defend their institutions. Nobody can use them. Those who think otherwise are daydreaming, it is not going to happen. Ghanaians will vote peacefully and their will will be granted”
He also called for peaceful elections and charged all to be vigilante to ensure a free and fair elections. Kindly SHARE, COMMENT and LIKE. Thank you for reading!
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