The rhetorics of campaign and lies has proven to be an effective mean of winning power. Now, Ghanaians are beginning to express massive disappointment in this government for their failure to fulfill their promises and in addition, topping that up with corruption and other scandals. Today, an NPP woman sent a strong message to Nana Addo in a circulating video that has triggered massive reactions online. Her political affiliation was revealed when she stated clearly that she voted for the NPP and Nana Addo in three consecutive election years. The woman stated that the NPP must not come to her constituency for campaign again if they do not come to fix their road. She boldly declared that Ghanaians will show the New Patriotic Party the exit in 2024. So sad but maybe the reality. The reason for her caution and worry was that the nature of the road in her area was very bad to the extent that the exuberant men had to push a car before it could move on their road.
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