He says it is about time Ghanaians stand for what is right and also voice out their disappointments in clear terms to the ruling Government.
According to Mr Debrah, the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) has no future and therefore the country’s well-being shouldn’t be given to them.
“The NDC has nothing good for the country. They have nothing to offer the good people of the land and therefore the is the need to kick them out, ” he added.
The chairman was speaking in an interview withNewsghana.com.gh last Saturday when the youth wing of the party in the constituency embarked on a health walk. The aim of the exercise was to gather support for the party’s parliamentary candidate in the constituency in the person of Mr Ebenezer Nii Armah Nartey, and the flag bearer of the NPP in this year’s Presidential elections, Nana Akufo-Addo.
Mr Debrah said the sitting member of parliament for the area, Hon. Theophilus Tetteh- Chai of the NDC has also disappointed the people. “We gave him the chance to represent us in the house of legislators; we expected him to help change things in the area but he has done nothing and therefore he must leave together with President John Mahama,” he stated.
The youth secretary for the wing wing, Samuel Daffuor, entreated all members of the party to come together and focus on winning the elections for the party. He stated that the ruling NDC cannot manage the economic affairs of the country hence the constant borrowing with huge interest. This according to him does not speak well of the country as a whole.
He said with Nana Addo and Dr Bauwmia and with the support of the NPP, the economy will move back to its rightful place so as to make life comfortable.
“for a country to be economically sound, you need people with good business minds to make it happen. The NDC does not have what it takes to do this; hence need to be shown the exit, ” Daffuor disclosed.
The two youth leaders however sounded the peace note to all Ghanaians. They pleaded with all to ensure peace during and after the elections
Source: Theresa Adezewa Aryeetey /NewsGhana.com.gh