General News of Sunday, 20 December 2015
A former flagbearer aspirant of the New Patriotic Party, Dr. Kofi Konadu Apraku says the future of Ghana hangs in the balance under the watch of President John Dramani Mahama, urging Ghanaians to vote for a change in 2016.
According to him, Ghana is on the brink of a total meltdown due to the many corruption scandals that have hit the country under the Mahama-led administration.
Speaking at a book launch prior to the NPP’s 15th Extraordinary Delegates Conference in Sunyani yesterday [Saturday], Dr. Konadu Apraku called on the youth to work hard to bring back the NPP to power to improve the fortunes of Ghana.
“All of us have an obligation; as I look around, I see so many young people whose future is hanging in a balance, Ghanaians are at a crossroads now, we have a choice. There is a choice to continue on this path that has brought us so much distress, anguish, pain, so many people unemployed, the future is hanging in a balance.”
“All of us can make a decision that we want change; change that will bring dignity, honour, economic, prosperity, change that will bring new job opportunities for our young men and women. Change that will lift this country and put us on a pedestal or new trajectory for growth and development,” he added.
The book which was dubbed: ‘Returning the elephant into the city: The unfinished contract with Ghana’ is authored by Dr. Charles K. Addo.