We’ll reject election results if… – NPP activist
Monday 9th May , 2016 11:19 am
A Deputy National Youth Organizer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mustapha Salam, has hinted that the party will reject the November 7 election results if the Electoral Commission fails to compile a credible register.
Although the EC has promised to respect the Supreme Court ruling on the current voters’ roll, the Deputy NPP National Youth Organizer, Mustapha Salam, insists the EC must be transparent and neutral in the process.
Mustapha Salam served notice that the NPP will resist any attempt by the EC to skew the upcoming elections in favour of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC).
He was addressing a mammoth rally at Aboabo, one of the NPP’s strongholds in the Tamale Central Constituency of the Northern Region.He charged NPP supporters to remain resolute and match the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) boot for boot ahead of the November 7 elections.
Mustapha Salam asserted that the Mahama-Amissah Arthur led NDC administration has nothing new to offer Ghanaians and called for them to be rejected at the polls on November 7.
He appealed to the electorate to massively vote for the Nana Addo/Bawumia ticket and all the party’s parliamentary candidates.
Mustapha Salam said a Nana Akufo Addo led NPP administration will revive all the pro-poor programmes including the National Health Insurance Scheme, the School Feeding Programme and the National Youth Employment programme initiated by the erstwhile NPP government.
He reiterated Nana Akufo Addo’s pledge to restore the teacher and nursing trainee allowances when giving the mandate to govern the nation.
The NPP Northern Regional Secretary said the NPP must deploy all its arsenals to win the elections “One touch.”
This in his estimation will avert returning to the Supreme Court with another election petition. Sule Salifu took a swipe at President John Dramani Mahama and said he does not deserve another term.
The NPP’s Parliamentary candidate for Tamale Central, Dr. Barhama Ibrahim Anyass, vowed to unseat the incumbent Member of Parliament, Hon. Inusah Fuseini.
He said the Minister for Roads and Highways has outlived his usefulness and must be replaced at the polls. Dr. Ibrahim Anyass promised to galvanize the Tamale Central constituents for achieve his aim.
He urged the electorate to ignore votes buying strategies and make a wise decision on November 7.
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