Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, Vice Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has charged electorates to fully participate in the voter exhibition exercise by the Electoral Commission (EC) to avoid being disenfranchised come December 7.
She said the only way to secure their eligibility to vote come December 7 is by checking their details in the voters’ register.
Addressing traders and artisans at the Kotokuraba market in Cape Coast in the Central region as part of her tour of the region, the Running Mate reminded them that the only way to secure their votes to change the government is to ensure that their names are not missing from the register.
“There are increasing reports of missing names from the register in our strongholds. Go and check your names,” she said, adding That they have to act now to change the government.
She said the mismanagement of the country's economy has derailed the gains made by the erstwhile Mahama administration and that needs to be voted out.
“You are all witnesses to the mismanagement that has created hardship for the citizenry,” she told the jubilant crowd.
According to her, voters need to avoid surprises likely to disenfranchise them on the election-day, and that is only by ensuring that their names exist in the register which has been exhibited for verification.
Prof. Opoku-Agyemang explained the manifesto plans for the area, and assured the traders of effective economic interventions and infrastructure projects to enhance their trading activities.
“We have done it before, and we shall do it again for your benefit,” she stressed.
The Running Mate urged the people to be peaceful and tolerant, and avoid politics of insults since the ND will win the election based on its track record.