The NDC Youth Organizer for Akyem Oda Constituency in the Birim Central Municipality in the Eastern Region ,Mr. Solomon Kusi Brako popularly know as Kofi Poyoyo has called on the youth of Assin North to vote massively against NPP government in the upcoming bye-election in the Assin North constituency in the Central Region.
Mr. Kusi Brako in an interview with Ghananews247.com stated that, the NPP government has failed the nation big time, almost all the promises they made to Ghanaians have failed.
They promised One District ,One factory,One village One dam and One Million Dollar per constituency every year but even in Akyem Oda Constituency there’s nothing to show about that promise.
Even the government does not pity the aged in the country not to talk of the youth.
Most of the youth are travelling to seek greener pastures abroad due to the hardship in the country.
He said the youth are the future of the nation so if they are travelling because things are not right in the country, these showhow terrible the nation has become.
The president who says he will not seek for IMF bailout is currently seeking for bailout from the IMF which shows that he has failed the nation therefore the people of Assin North must show NPP the exit point.
The vice president said if the fundamentals are weak, the exchange rates will expose you, currently the fundamentals are very weak so the foreign exchange rate has exposed the government big time.
Even the government is trying to steal the aged people’s money which shows that the NPP government has failed Ghanaians.
If the government have some better plans for Ghanaians , like they will forfeit all the numerous promises they made to the nation, so he urged the people of Assin North to vote massively for Mr. Gyakyi Quayson.
Supreme Court judgement in the case of Mr. Michael Ankomah Nimfah vs Mr. James Gyakye Quayson, the Electoral Commission (EC) and the Attorney-General on May 17, 2023, the apex court ordered Parliament to expunge the name of the National Democratic Congress Member of Parliament, James Gyakye Quayson, as a sitting MP.
The court held that the whole process leading to the election of Mr Quayson– filing of nomination forms, election itself and swearing-in–were all in violation of Article 94(2)(a) of the 1992 Constitution, which forbids a person with dual citizenship from contesting as an MP.
Report by Samuel Quao.