The pattern of voting for various regions in Ghana is very predictable. One can predict the presidential candidate a region will cast their votes for and he or she will not be wrong at guessing. It is known that Ashanti Region is the stronghold of the New Patriotic Party whiles Volta Region is also known to be the stronghold for the National Democratic Congress party.
This particular pattern of voting has frustrated popular morning host of the program "Maakye", Omanhene Yaw Adu Boakye to advised the people of Ashanti Region and Volta Region to change the pattern of their voting. He advised them on Kessben FM on his show "Maakye". According to him, NPP and NDC have taken these regions for granted for quite too long. There hasn't been any magnificent development in these two regions according to him.
" I want to see a massive change in how Ashanti Region and Volta Region will vote in 2024" He stated.
What do you think about this news? Do you agree with him that people from Ashanti and Volta Region should change their pattern of voting? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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