Deputy Information Minister, Pius Enam Hadzide has argued that Ghanaians will vote in 2020 elections based on track records of the two leading political and nothings else.
According to Hadzide, people need to do away with the thought that the resignation of Martin Amidu will have an adverse effect on the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP’s) chances in the upcoming election.
He indicated that the NPP has a unique record that is glaring to the people of Ghana and the people will choose the NPP and its leader after a comparative analysis of the performance of the NPP and the NDC.
“Let me assure you that we believe and trust in the people of Ghana that they will go to the polls and will make assessments of political parties and of candidates based on their track record and credibility of their promises. Fortunately for us, the two leading political parties and contenders have all had their chances on the seat of government.”
“Former President John Mahama has had four years, that is without counting his days with Atta Mills, as President and so has the current President, Akufo-Addo. The people are going to assess these candidates on their track records, and we are confident that with what we have done in terms of our policies that are turning Ghana into the food basket of West Africa,” Hadzide added in an interview.