Abu Sakara Rallies Support In Volta Region

BY: Francis K. Osabutey

The 2012 presidential candidate of the Convention People’s Party, Dr Abu Sakara, has urged the people of the Volta Region to invest in their future now by voting the CPP into power in the December 7 elections.

He stated that a vote for the CPP was an investment Ghanaians would be making since he was determined to lead an incorruptible government to ensure that all citizens were given equal share of the national cake.

This was contained in a press release from the office of Dr Sakara.

“We will ensure that the people of Ghana are given what is due them in order for us all to develop the Nation in unity,” Dr Sakara said
According to him, this year’s election is only about one thing — whether we will continue in the Ghana of prosperity for the few at the expense of all of us or will vote the Convention People’s Party for prosperity for all of us.

We are going to work to honour our fathers and mothers, so that the things which they have not seen, they should be in the position to see it now, Dr Sakara lamented.

Dr Sakara stated that the CPP was determined to ensure that the People of Ghana, irrespective of where they find themselves, were given equal access in every aspect of life. He expressed worry, saying it was rather unfortunate that current and previous governments after the CPP had failed to address the fundamental problem of investing in the people and the economy.

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He advised the people in the Volta Region to choose the Convention People’s Party by voting massively for him and all the party’s parliamentary candidates in the region for a new way forward, which would bring real opportunities for their personal growth and the nation at large.

Dr Sakara was accompanied by his wife, Lily Sakara Foster; National Organiser, Abu Forgor; member of the Manifesto Committee, Mrs Elizabeth Quarcor Akpalu; Mr Thomas Ntumy, National Campaign Manager; P.K. Donkor Ayifli, a member of the Council of Elders; Vincent Norgbedzi, Volta Regional Chairman; and some constituency and polling station executive members from the region.

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