Advice for Election Day 2012
Dear All Members of the Nzema Youth Association,ELECTION DAY, 7th DECEMBER, 2012:
This is a day in which the future of our country will be decided. Our stance is not trying to persuade you to vote for a certain candidate, but we do want you to make an educated decision.
While we will not try to tell you that a certain candidate is better than the other, we do want you to be knowledgeable about your decision. The following is a website that you can go to and actually look at the profile of candidate’s and their stances on certain issues and see who you agree with.
Like we said before, we will not try and convince you to vote for a certain candidate, but we do want to encourage all of you to think twice before you walk into the voting booth blind.
It is not hard to see that the two party system no longer works and instead we need to vote for candidates who realize the importance of bipartisan politics. So, on December 7th instead of walking in “ignorant” and merely casting a vote for who your mom or dad votes for, take some time and look up the candidates who are going to give Ghana a chance at becoming the thriving nation it once was. Use your right as a Ghanaian, get out and vote on Friday.
http://www.johnmahama.org H.E John Dramani Mahama (NDC)
http://www.greatconsolidatedpopularparty.org/ Dr. Henry Herbert Lartey (GCPP)
http://akufoaddo2012.com Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo (NPP)
www.nduom.com/ Dr.Papa Kwesi Nduom (PPP)
http://www.unitedfrontparty.org/ Akwasi Addai Odike (UFP)
http://www.hassanayariga.com/ Ayariga Hassan (PNC)
http://conventionpeoplesparty.org Michael Abu Sakara Foster (CPP)
www.jacoboseiyeboah2012.com Jacob Osei Yaw (INDEPENDENT CAND.)