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Let’s boycott the 2024 elections – Bulldog advises the youth

Ghana's Bulldog, the manager of an artist, has admitted that if left to himself, Ghana's youth, who make up the majority of the population, would abstain from the impending general elections in 2024.

Speaking at Onua FM/Assembly, TV's People, the CEO of Bull Haus Entertainment, said that the youth needed to rise up because conditions in the nation were so dire.

He claimed that if the young people united and declared they would not be casting ballots in future elections, things would undoubtedly change.

He thinks that doing this would strongly tell the current administration to start handling things correctly.

He said: “The day that we will say today Election Day but we are all staying home so the politicians will let their family vote is the day we are changing Ghana. 2024 nobody should go to the polls.

We are all aware that Bulldog has been critical of Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo's administration since Menzgold, a gold investment firm owned by his friend Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM 1, was shut down.

He even spent a few days in jail after being detained by national security agents for making some remarks on the radio.

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