The running mate of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Prof. Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang, has called for an end to the use of insults and unsavoury language in Ghana's politics.
According to her, such actions do nothing for the image of the country's budding democracy.
Speaking at a meeting with women in Accra, the Vice Presidential Hopeful urged Ghanaians to contribute to a violent-free election.
“We need to turn the face of our politics into developmental issues. We need to turn it away from insults, filthy language, and unproductive and unhelpful things. We need to redefine politics in the country. Things must change and the time is now.”
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