The Chairman of the National Democratic Congress has made a big promise to the residents of Ashaiman. He made this promise in relation to how Ashaiman turned out to be the constituency that voted the highest number for candidate John Dramani Mahama. Chairman Ofosu Ampofo promised the Ashaiman constituents that the NDC will not forget them when Mahama comes into power.
"Today is not a day for long talks. In the last elections, Ashaiman gave the NDC, the highest number of votes throughout the whole country. Ashaiman was number one. Indeed, Ashaiman has become the Florida of NDC and we do not lose sight of your support. We will not forget you when NDC comes to power", he boldly explained.
Reacting to that, Ghanaians blasted Ofosu Ampofo for making that discriminatory statement. According to some Ghanaians, what he said will guarantee their loss in the 2024 election since they will not equally share the national cake with all constituencies. Other Ghanaians also asked if the NDC will forget the Volta region.
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