Popular legal practitioner, lawyer Maurice Ampaw, has suggested that the incumbent government is on course to record the nicest winning percentage and break the record for most votes on December 7.
Speaking on Mmra ne abrabo mu nsɛm on Wontumi TV, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw, explained that the New Patriotic Party did very little by way of campaign this year. Because, Ghanaians are incredibly grateful to President Nana Addo for the numerous social intervention programs which have eased the burdens on the ordinary citizens.
He cited the example of people eagerly packing plastic chairs at various NPP rallies,all in a bid to catch a glimpse of President Nana Addo. He added that, the opposition National Democratic Congress are in for a rude awakening tomorrow, as they will certainly get the shock of their lives when the ballots are counted.
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