The District Chief Executive of Wa West Hon. Edward Laabiir Sabo, has stated that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) cannot contest the excellent performance of the current Akufo-Addo administration ahead of the 2020 general elections.
He stated that the Akufo-Addo administration has chalked up significant successes in just three and half years, adding that the electorate would renew the mandate of the party in the next elections.
“In the 2020 elections, the NPP shall campaign on our positive records and that would enable us to inflict a painful defeat on the NDC once again just as we did in 2016,” he said, adding “the NDC was in power for eight years and so we shall compare our landmark successes in our first term with their records, and I doubt if the NDC has any records to campaign for votes”.
The DCE made this known in an interview with Yagbon Radio on a local program dubbed “Jaanuor Buur” on saturday June 27, which he stated that the NPP would carefully sell its achievements to the electorate.
“We are winning the next presidential and parliamentary polls with our numerous achievements.
This will be an election of comparing records, therefore the NDC needs to prepare,” because the developmental projects in Wa West are visible to the people.
“The NPP shall present the free SHS policy, One District, One Factory, ‘Planting for Food and Jobs,’ restoration of teacher and nursing trainee allowances and all the other positive policies we are implementing.”
“This will put us at advantageous position to repeat the dose on the NDC in 2020 because we all know that the NDC doesn’t have any positive records to campaign for votes,” he added.
The DCE reiterated that his District has benefited immensely from all government flagship policies including the planting for and jobs initiative which has yielded bumper harvest of maize to the farmers.
“The EC will start the compilation of the new voters register, I want every one in my district and Ghanaians to participate in the process to enable them vote for the president Nana Akufo Addo once more to do more”, he stated.