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General News of Monday, 19 August 2019


We will vote with 'terms and conditions' in 2020 - A Plus

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Musician and now politician Kwame A Plus claims that Ghanaians will vote with terms and conditions in the upcoming 2020 elections.

According to the leader of The People's Project (TPP), Kwame A Plus, says we have been fooled for far too long by the two dominant parties in Ghana the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC).

Speaking in an interview on Accra based Neat Fm, A Plus says Ghanaians who voted for the Nana Addo led NPP government have been left disappointed by their conduct since assuming office.

Among the terms and conditions he outlined include the discontinuation of projects by successive governments and the rampant change of holidays and renaming of institution must all be ceased.

He claims that he is amassing one million independent minded people who will add their votes to any of these two dominant parties who agree to their terms.

Also among the terms is the abrogation of the payment of ex-gratia to politicians and their cronies citing the one time payment of paltry pensions to teachers who might have taught for over thirty years but parliamentarians are paid colossal ex-gratia every four years.

Among his terms and conditions include the amendment of the 1992 constitution as it is outdated an must be amended to conform to the current trends and the drawing of a 20 year development plan.

As he bemoans the constitution can jail a thief for stealing a paltry GH 10 for ten years while a politician can embezzle gargantuan amounts of money and will be jailed five years (5) and even granted an amnesty on top.

If all these terms and conditions are adhered to then they will sign a pact with the said party to fulfill their term and If you renege on any of them you will be called to resign.

Kwame A plus says he knows his movement cannot win elections but they will be the king makers and demand the ordinary people's fair share of the national cake.

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