Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Joseph Ade Coker has warned citizens to be very careful voting for political parties based on promises made during their campaign tours.
“We are in the season of promising galore, so voters must be alert on the kind of promises they accept in their hearts and minds . . . such promises must be one that can be said and done and not the vice versa,” he said.
In an interview with UTV’s ‘Adekye Nsroma’ host Tweneboah Kodua, Ade Coker indicated that the repeated noise and agitations being made by the opposition parties against the party in power would not in any way affect the NDC’s upcoming victory.
According to him “Individuals who have benefited from the developmental projects embarked by this current government would be the best to determine who wins the next polls leaving behind persons who have refused to see these projects”.
“The shift of state-owned companies into private ones is basically for the betterment of all of us and not to harm us,” he stated.
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