Vote Poor Leadership Out — Ivor Greenstreet

The flag bearer of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), Mr Ivor Greenstreet, has said poor leadership must be voted out for development and freedom.

He said Ghanaians must make a bold decision to change the downward trend of development in the country by voting the CPP into power.

Mr Greenstreet was speaking at a mini rally at Elmina New Market in the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem (KEEA) Constituency last Friday as part of his visit to the Central Region.

He had earlier visited Ntranoa, Simiw, Abei, Kissi and Komenda in the KEEA Constituency and interacted with the chiefs and the electorate.

Party faithful clad in party colours gathered at the lorry park to welcome him.

He also used the occasion to introduce the CPP parliamentary candidate for KEEA, Mrs Rose Austin Tenadu, to the electorate.

Mr Greenstreet said Ghanaians must free themselves from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) rule of deception and vote for a party that would change their fortunes for the better.

24 Years is enough

He said for the last 24 years, political leadership had been between the NDC and the NPP but Ghana continued to struggle with youth unemployment, poverty and under development.

“These two parties are the same. Same parties of lies and deception. They give us empty promises, lies, deceit and false hope which have only left us poorer,” he stated.

He said 24 years was enough and Ghanaians must decide to move on with a new party that stood for development in honesty and truth.

He said the CPP represented God’s chosen party of brave, determined and honest people ready to save Ghana from the NDC and the NPP.

Mr Greenstreet said Ghanaians must decide to set themselves free from the bondage of the two dominant parties and added that the mismanagement of the country’s resources over the last 24 years must not be overlooked.

He said the only way to punish the two main parties for the mismanagement of the nation’s resources was to reject them through the ballot.

Mrs Austin Tenadu

Mrs Austin Tenadu urged the electorate to vote the CPP to power for better lives.

She said any Ghanaian who was tired of underdevelopment must vote for the CPP which had proven to be a party which had the wellbeing of the people at heart for accelerated development.

Source: Daily Graphicivor-2

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