This is my final words to you before the polls but permit to break Protocol and sit down and talk because as you can all see I’m very weak and old now.
These words preambled the last speech of former President John Agyekum Kufuor before the final Election to be held on Monday. Although emotional,
the thousands of party members could not hold their Joy Seeing the former President as they blew their vuvuzelas.
In his speech given while sitting, Kufuor Explained that been it the NDC or NPP, one thing everyone is looking for is Development. But it appears that the New Patriotic Party NPP does better in development than the National Democratic Congress.
He said all and sundry should go out and vote massively for Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and Dr Mahmoud Bawumia on Monday.
Kufuor added that, Old people like him need peace so everything should be conducted in a peaceful manner and at the end Ghana will never regret.
But the biggest regret will be when Ghana is governed by NDC because they have nothing to offer.
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