Sharing their views, 50-year-old Mr Suleiman Adam Sakyi, Abura Circuit President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, 66-year-old Mr Issah Yankson Mensah Abura Circuit Secretary of the Mission, and 75-year-old Adam Saed Nyarko, also an elder of the mission, were of the strong opinion that “for the sake of the good of Ghana, every political party should be held accountable to their manifesto promises.
In line with that, they also advised politicians to refrain from “wild promises’’ and be realistic and truthful in their promises to Ghanaians.
They also indicated that voting was an inalienable right for national progress, development and peaceful co-existence and, therefore, charged the media to focus on issues instead of personalities.
An Assistant Division Officer of the Ghana National Fire Service, Mohammad Osmanu (31 years), and Mr Carl Lanyir (43 years), who is a security officer, said they were expecting free, fair, transparent and credible elections whose outcome would be acceptable to all stakeholders.
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