“I expect 50 NDC Members policing every polling Station”- Alhaji Sinare Charges Members

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The National Vice Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Alhaji Saed Sinare, who is also the former Ambassador of Ghana to Saudi Arabia has charged members of the NDC to be extra vigilant on the election day.

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He made these remarks at a ceremony held on the 3rd of October, 2020 at Franko Auditorium, Hohoe to officially launch the campaign in Hohoe Constituency.

Mr. Sinare during the campaign launch asked the people of Hohoe to go out in their numbers on 7th December to vote for their Presidential Candidate, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, and their  Parliamentary Candidate, Professor Margaret Kweku he again appealed to the People to police and protect the ballot boxes across the Constituency for the celebration of the resounding Victory that awaits the NDC on 7th December 2020.

Addressing a charged crowd of NDC supporters in Hohoe Over the Weekend, the Party’s Scribe, said “the Hohoe Seat is an NDC Win and before you go to parliament, you must belong to the right Party.
He proceeded to add that, ” you cannot belong to a Political party that will treat the people of Hohoe as second- Class citizens and when it comes to an election, you come and dish out money”.

The General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress who explains further the People’s Manifesto charged the supporters, sympathizers, and floating Voters in the Hohoe Constituency to be extra Vigilant and avoid people with self-centered agenda, adding that ” there is no bitter medicine without sugar coating.

In attendance was General Asiedu Nketia, the General Secretary of the NDC, Hon. Samuel Okudjeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu among other prominent personalities in the NDC.

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