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Which pair will serve the Ghanaian youth better, Okudzeto and Zanetor or Oppong and Adwoa Sarfo?

Well, just take some time off the usual tensions and stresses of life and switch on your imaginative power for a brief exercise.

The youth of Ghana have in recent times become very desperate to see improvements in their lives.

Let's say the government of Ghana has finally heard their cries and want to institute a council to be in charge of the youth of this country. Without doubt, those who would be chosen to be in charge of such a council must be quite youthful themselves and be worthy of being looked upon as role models.

They will also be expected to be people who are already passionste about the youth and interested in issues pertaining to the youth.

They must have deep understanding of a wide range of issues and even be people of high moral standing.

Which of these two pairs of young politicians will be better leaders of that youth council and serve the youth of Ghana better?

Is it;

Okudzeto Ablakwa and Dr. Zanetor Rawlings or Kojo Oppong Nkrumah and Adwoa Sarfo?

Okudzeto Ablakwa with his ally Zanetor will do wonderfully well when put in charge of the youth of this country.

The two intelligent young minds have shown competence and resilience with the duties they have been assigned so far in their respective political careers, and the young men and women of this country can trust them as their driving force.

Kojo and Adwoa would be an extremely wonderful pair as well. Kojo as we know him is always abreast with issues and very thoughful in his analysis. He will be a very competent chairman of the youth council and will be well complemented by Adwoa Sarfo as his assistant.

What do you think?

Which pair will be stronger than the other when charged eith the affairs of the youth of this country?

Let us hear from you.

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