It's believe that Ghanaians have short memory and to be able to win their hearts your efforts must be fresh in memory to enable them vote for you.
The New Patriotic Party has evidently employed that strategy to wow the mind and hearts of Ghanaians, by infrastructural projects from one region to another, to enable them realize the 4More 4Nana agenda which is not far from reality.
The general elections are always characterized by masterminded schemes, campaign promises, propaganda, defamations and other scandalous ploys just to earn votes.
What we have noticed as the general elections dawns are systematic operational workings to tally up numbers, that will outweigh the other.
Though the ruling government NPP have become unpopular in certain constituencies that fetched them votes during the 2016 general elections, for reasons that spans out from different socio economic and infrastructural deficiencies.
The ongoing of the president's sod cutting, inaugurations, launchings and unveiling across the country might be an attempt to cover up the many alleged purported scandals, corruption and dubious acts.
Neutralizing the effects of certain blunders caused during their governance it's now evident everywhere that if it's not commissioning of a water project, it's launching of an ultra modern auto mobile car assembling center, cutting sods for a multi dimensional million project or an inauguration of a ground breaking national scheme that will benefit the wanting class and all, are in line with the campaign promises made during the 2016 general elections.
The 4More 4Nana agenda is not far from reality and the 4More To Do More is rounding up into actualisation.
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