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Most people have regretted voting for NPP- NDC running mate

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Former Education Minister, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang claims she was surprised that many people who chose the New Patriotic Party (NPP) showed signs of regret right after the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government left office.

She stated the exact same feeling of remorse was noticed when the NDC was seeking advice from broadly in creating its election 2020 manifesto.

Speaking on Citi TV’s Point of View, she urged that numerous Ghanaians wanted the NDC government to return to power.

“Why is it that too soon after we lost, people were running back, the same people who voted against us. It was too early, I thought it would be about two or three years before they even remember we existed. We got that feeling even when we were doing our manifesto,” she said.

The running mate of the National Democratic Congress said the party enters into the 2020 elections with a message of hope for Ghanaians, adding that the NDC has premium records in governance adding that she is confident of triumph in the 2020 polls for the NDC.

“Let us compare records and move forward. It is a message of hope [to Ghanaians] in the sense that [for] what they are asking that is possible, we work together to achieve [it]…. You don’t go into a race to lose. You go into a race to win… Ghanaians have every reason to vote for the NDC.”

After loosing the 2016 election by nearly a million votes to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) led by Nana Akufo-Addo, the NDC is seeking to go back to power in 2020 with John Mahama being the party’s presidential candidate.

Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang partnered John Mahama as his running mate and will be Ghana’s first Female Vice President should the NDC win the elections on December 7 2020.

Source: Ghana Waves

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