The Wa Central Youth Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) appealed to Ghanaians especially the people of the Upper West Region to partake in the new voters’ registration exercise.
Hanif Jatoe said the “possession the new voter ID card guarantees them voting right and as party people.”
“We have the ultimate responsibility to ensure that our voting right is guaranteed in order for us to give another resounding victory to president Akufo-Addo to continue with his sterling performance for the growth and development of the country.”
He alleged that the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Aseidu Nketia, had been in the Region moving from one radio station to the other discouraging from taking part in the exercise.
“As youths, we found this action unfortunate and ridiculous, but, we were, however, not surprised because the NDC always stood against any progressive move of this country and are always at that in opposition.”
The NPP Wa Central Youth organiser enumerated the benefits that the Ghanaian voter registration.
”Opening a bank account, requires a voter ID, going for a loan or any financial institution requires, registering a SIM card for calls or Mobile Money requires, and even in our part of this constituency the voter ID card has now become a basic requirement for ‘Susu’.
Mr Jatoe further stated that the future of the youth is in the hands of the leadership of the president as he has brought lots of programmes and policies to benefit them.
He advised the youth not to allow themselves to be used to destabilise the registration process.
- 3 ECG employees charged for stealing ¢2.1m prepaid credits
- Yul Edochie and wife May lose first son
- No one from Ghana’s film industry approached me while I was here – Spike Lee
- Martin Amidu on Anas: ‘Genuine anti-corruption crusaders don’t hide behind masks’
- Power outages imminent as Ghana Gas shuts down Atuabo gas processing plant from April 1
- Davido confirms he’s married to Chioma
- Ambulance case: Court orders Ato Forson to open defence
- Parliamentary committee recommends passage of controversial Anti-LGBTQ bill
- Political appointees at Presidency increases to 361
- Ashanti NDC refutes allegations of wearing military uniforms on campaign tour
- WMO retires deadly cyclone Fiona and Ian from list of names
- 5 member committee investigating Kejetia Market fire starts with fact-finding mission
- UBA Ghana holds first quarter ‘Jogging To Bond’
- Livestream: PM Express discusses how to restore capital market after DDEP
- Kuami Eugene offers budding musicians tips for Joy Prime’s ‘Cues & Lyrics’ audition
- Mercy Chinwo threatens musician with ₦2bn lawsuit after he used her name in song
- Mastercard Foundation Health Collaborative allocates $1 million for prospective entrepreneurs
- We’ll pay outstanding debt despite inheriting it – Electrochem
- Lawyer for Jonathan Majors shares alleged texts from woman involved in actor’s assault arrest
- Inaki is not scoring for Ghana because he plays with a No.10 who loves to score – Ignatius Osei Fosu
- Desist from gifting out cedi bouquets, hampers; it is illegal – BoG warns
- Pass outstanding revenue bills – Youth in Accountable Governance to Parliament
- Joint Paper by KAIPTC researchers wins global prize
- Standard Chartered Bank appoints Albert Larweh Asante as new Executive Director
- Al Jazeera exposé: Zimbabwe government gags media