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Show NDC the exit in December – Konadu tells electorate
From: Ghana/Myjoyonline.com/Jerry Tsatro Mordy          Published On: November 6, 2012, 13:46 GMT
 
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Audio Attachment: Listen to Nana Konadu speaking "Twi" in the attached audio, during the interview with Afia Pokua
 


     
 




Show NDC the exit in December – Konadu tells electorate

Failed flagbearer for the National Democratic Party, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings has said that the ruling National Democratic Congress administration does not deserve a second term in office and must be kicked out of power come December 7th.

Nana Konadu said the NDC had failed to deliver on its promise to Ghanaians in the heat of campaigns of the 2008 elections, to reduce poverty, corruption and economic hardship to the barest minimum, if they were voted into government.

Speaking on the Midday News on Adom FM on Tuesday, the former First Lady said corruption had become the norm; almost four years after the NDC took over power from then governing New Patriotic Party.

Wife of the Founder of the NDC, who is battling the Electoral Commission in court over her disqualification from the presidential contest, is hopeful the court will rule in her favour to enable her contest the elections and bring the desired change that Ghanaians are yearning for, if elected.

The President of 31st December Women’s Movement said her government will place the Ghanaian above politics and ensure basic social amenities are provided to make life more comfortable for the masses.

According to her, her government will provide needed facilities at various educational levels to ensure that children get the required education that will go a long way to liberate them, after graduating from school.

She condemned what she termed as moves by some NDC faithful to bribe NDP parliamentary candidates to step down from the race, describing the practice as “high corruption.”

Nana Konadu urged the about 170 NDP parliamentary candidates not to yield to financial influence, saying that they can use their numbers to bargain to change policies in parliament to suit their own (NDP), in the event that the court does not rule in her favour to enable her to contest the presidential polls.


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