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Top Reasons Why NPP Will Lose This Year's Election

AnnaNews 06/25/2020

The NPP party prior to the 2016 elections made a number of promises to the good people of this country as captured in the party's manifesto. Some of the promises were; the implementation of the Free Senior High School Policy, One Village One Dam, One Factory in every Constituency, the restoration of Nurses and Teacher Training Colleges allowances and many more. It is only fair to admit, that some of these promises have been fulfilled but certainly not without some challenges. Equally, some of the promises are yet to see the light of day. It's based on this fact, that the party is asking for more time to do more, hence the popular mantra, #4more4Nana. This according to the NPP would afford the party more time to implement all their beautiful and ambitious policies and programs for Ghanaians. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

These top reasons below will not allow NPP win this year's elections.

1.In the era of the New Patriotic Party, Ghana has recorded massively increase in price of stuffs and this has caused high crime rates in the country and the citizens are really struggling.

2.The ruling era of the free senior high policy has caused a lot of teenage pregnancy and high suicide rate in the nation and also increased the transmission of diseases.

3.In this era of ruling, the citizens are been attacked by both robbers in their homes and been brutakised and robbed massively. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

4.The citizens are being troubled by natural disasters such as flooding and earth tremors just recently and its so to appalling to the citizens and increase the risk of mortality rate.

5.They promised one district, one factory and up to date we haven't seen any and this increase the rate of robbery in the nation.

These are the opinions from some of the citizens and well backed up. A Brief history is, in 1960, Ghanaians approved a new constitution and elected Nkrumah President. His administration was both nationalist and socialist. In 1964, a constitutional amendment made Ghana a one-party state, with Nkrumah as president for life of both the nation and its party. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Source: opera.com
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