Dr. Nduom’s definition for a “wasted vote”?

Nduom1Voting is not a one day affair.  The results of the votes we cast bring positive or negative effects lasting four years.  We Ghanaians cannot continue to waste our votes on the wrong candidates.

I believe that we waste our vote by voting for someone just because they come from the same tribe or due to blind party loyalty.  We must vote with the hope that we get positive results that transform our lives for the better not for one day but for four whole years And beyond.

A wasted vote is promises not kept and expectations not met by the one you voted for.

A wasted vote is the one that still brings us preventable diseases like malaria, cholera and monoccocal meningitis.

A wasted vote is the one that puts the country into high debt and unable to pay teachers, doctors, nurses and civil servants.

A wasted vote is the one that continues to bring DUMSOR.

A wasted vote is the one that brings unemployment to our young men and women even those with university and polytechnic credentials.

A wasted vote is the one you cast for the “lesser of two evils”.

For example, a wasted vote is the one that brought President John Dramani Mahama and his NDC led administration and is causing Ghanaians to suffer, suffer and suffer.

He disclosed when he was addressing hundreds and thousands of his party faithfuls on his three days tour to  Ashanti   Region.

The tour which began on Friday, 5th /08/’16 and  ended Sunday,07/08/’16 covered Offinso,Tepa, Kumasi and Oboasi with a massive acceptance.

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