Elections Have Consequences
There is nothing wrong with the land or the Ghanaian people. But, there is everything wrong with the political leadership and voters’ understanding of the process that elects the leaders. It is important, therefore, to understand that, as citizens we bear the responsibility to choose the best candidate to lead Ghana.
So, on November 7th; we must each vote our conscience, not a person or party. It means, therefore, that, we must insist the 2016 campaign focuses on policies debates rather than the usual NDC, NPP bickering.
Whatever we do as voters, we must inform ourselves about the candidates for whom we are going to vote. At all cost, we should not be seen as voting for a political party or a candidate for the sake of it because, if the winning candidate fails, the effects knows no bound.