ELECTION 2020: We shall work to unite Ghana again Alex Segbefia

A Deputy Campaign manager of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has said that the NDC government would work in bringing back unity in the country when power is handed over to them. According to him, the country under the current NPP government has been divided.

“… we are going to make Ghana one again. We feel the country has been divided in the last four years…,” Segbefia added.

Speaking in an interview with Citi FM’s Bernard Avle, on the Citi Breakfast Show (CBS) on Tuesday, the Deputy Campaign Manager, likened the country’s divided nature to that of the United States of America (USA, adding that, Donald Trump’s inability to ensure unity in the US is what has led to his defeat in the just ended US election.

“…when you look at the style and manner in which President Trump ruled and divided the United States; we are not far off from seeing what is happening in Ghana. Our message is simple, we want Ghana to become peaceful again, and we want Ghana to be united. Because no matter how much infrastructural development you want, without peace, you do not have it.”

The NDC’s Deputy Campaign Manager again added that the posture of the former president Mahama was very inclusive, not divisive, and helped all the Ghanaian people to speak freely to all issues without any fear or intimidation.

The Deputy Campaign Manager further noted that their main campaign messages are inclusiveness, prosperity for all, and jobs for all, and the NDC is aimed to work towards these once the Ghanaian electorates give them the nod.

By Julius Kwabena Adofo

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