The much awaited for 2020 general elections comes off in less than 24 hours time and at this point in time where all political campaigns have ended we all seek for a peaceful, free and fair elections which will still keep the name of Ghana as the beacon of democracy in Africa and the world as a whole.
As we all keep our fingers cross for a chaos free elections, the advice of prominent individuals play a very crucial role in ensuring a very serene atmosphere during and after the general elections.
Dr. Amuzu who is the head physician of Amuzu herbal centre has today given a very heartwarming assurance to every Ghanaian prior to tomorrow’s general elections. During his health segment live on Kumasi based Nhyira FM this morning, the popular herbal Doctor assured Ghanaians that we shall all go through the elections process tomorrow, cast our votes and declare the results peacefully without any form of mayhem.
According to Dr. Amuzu, Ghanaians understand democracy since we’ve been having successful elections since 1992 to date and this election year will not be an exception rather it will be an improvement on our previous elections as a Nation.
“Not even a single blood will spill during or after the elections, so Ghanaian should go out in their numbers tomorrow morning to exercise their civic right”, he finalized.
Do you agree that this year’s elections will indeed be a violent free election looking at the preparation done by the Electoral Commission of Ghana and the determination of the various parties to emerge victorious?
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