2020 Election: Very Crucial; Ghanaians Can’t Afford To Lose A President Like Nana Addo – Obrempong Citizen
A member of the NPP communication team, Obrempong Citizen has waded into the December 7 2020 general election and has revealed that Ghana can not afford to lose the president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in this crucial election.
According to the vociferous communicator, this year’s election is more crucial than any election held so far in Ghana which he said can only be compared to the 1992 election.
Obrempong made this statetment at Ahotor Fm Morning show ” Adekyeyemu Nsem” hosted by Citizen Kofi Owusu, (the communicator), Citizen Obrempong therefore defended his arguments based on how the president and flagbearer of the governing NPP, H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo – Addo has managed the effects of the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
“2020 election is very crucial. Infact, it is very crucial than the 2016 election, it is very crucial than the 2012 election.
The only election it can be likened to is the 1992 election. Examine what Covid-19 has done to the world and just look at how Nana Akufo -Addo has managed it.
This man has managed it very well, and has given us free water, electricity and given out money to revamp small businesses. We need someone who really knows the ins and outs of Covid-19 so he can handle post Covid economy and continue the Free SHS policy” – Obrempong Citizen said.
He added that Ghanaians should not consider a sacked president who comes back as a repented person to lead the nation once more.
“John Dramani Mahama had his time and his government was marred with massive corruption and unemployment. He cancelled Nursing and teacher training allowances but Nana Addo has restored them and provided NABCO as a transitional point for employment”.
“In John Mahama’s era, dumsor was everywhere and is this the government Ghanaians want again? No, He shouldn’t be given the opportunity!” – Obrempong Citizen maintained”.
He draw the curtains down by stating that, the 2020 general election has been touted to be a very tight race between former president John Dramani mahama and incumbent president, H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as both seek their second term as president of Ghana and December 7 will determine who completes his second term.