We’re at a crucial point right now and politicians are doing their final works as we wait to vote on Dec. 7th
It has even got to the extent that the campaign organisers are bending their knees to beg for votes.
Photos have emerged on social media that saw members of the two leading parties on their knees humbling asking constituents to vote for them.
See photos below:
As it stands, there’s tension between NDC and NPP as to who will win this year’s election. It is close to impossible to directly predict who the winner would be.
However, Chairman of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC), Professor Stephen Adei has said the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP) is likely to retain a second term in government.
According to the educationist, his assessment of present preparations towards the impending presidential and parliamentary election suggest that the governing party is so far the electorates’ favourite.
“I think things are loaded in favour of NPP. First of all, when Rawlings created the Upper West Region, they voted almost 100 per cent for the NDC for almost 20 years. Akufo-Addo has created six new regions, and I think that it will impact the elections greatly,” he noted.