Professor Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang, the runningmate of the opposition National Democratic Congress, has appealed to Ghanaian electorates to vote on December 7 to save the future of Ghana and that of their children.
On Facebook Sunday, the former University of Cape Coast Vice-Chancellor wrote that “We are voting to save our country, we are voting for the future of our children and children’s children; it is in your own interest to do the right thing.”
The campaign activities for political parties in this year’s elections ended on Saturday, December 5 with the two dominant parties – NPP and NDC – holding rallies in Accra.
Ghana goes to the polls tomorrow Monday, December 7 to elect a President and 275 Parliamentarians. The presidential is deemed a battle between former President John Mahama and incumbent President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Over 17 million voters are expected to partake in Monday’s voting.