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"Next Mahama gov't will rebuild the broken Ghana and restore hope" - Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang

The 2024 Running mate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang says the next Mahama government will rebuild the broken Ghana and restore hope in lives of the citizens.


She made these remarks while speaking at her outdooring as running mate for the NDC party ahead of the 2024 elections.


She said “The victory we seek as a party is to invite everyone to the onerous task of rebuilding a broken Ghana, of restoring hope, in a manner that the NDC is capable of doing by their history and achievements"


She added that victory for NDC in the 2024 election will serve as an opportunity to heal Ghana again.


"It is about the opportunity to pull Ghana back from the precipice of destruction, of normalising corruption, of incomprehensible greed and from deep despair.”


“It is to work towards a Ghana where citizens have confidence and hope and are determined to regain their independence of thought and of agenda,” she told the teeming NDC supporters"


‘We must work towards a Ghana that at the very least, can feed itself; where the law truly works; where there is shared prosperity; where democracy has not become a fluke; where people are not abused and where the basic necessities of life are not denied the majority or eventually, anyone.”


“It is a chance to work hard towards a country where citizens do not feel disrespected, are not intimidated, ignored because of the way they vote or the language they speak.


Prof. Jane Opoku-Agyemang noted that she would share in the party’s accomplishments as a whole and accept responsibility for its failures.


“I will share in our collective successes and share responsibility for our setbacks if any. And at the time of reckoning, Your Excellency John Mahama, I will not in advancement of self-serving ambition declare to the whole world that I was only the driver’s mate,”


Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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