Napo fetes constituents at last rally, charges them to step out and vote for NPP


Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Education Minister and MP for Manhyia South addressing the people at the party’s last rally.

The Education Minister and MP for Manhyia South, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh Saturday evening charged his constituents to step out on Monday, the 7th of December and cast their votes to retain the NPP in power for the next four years.

He noted that the Ghanaian economy would do better under the NPP when it is allowed to continue for the next four years.

The task for the Ghanaian, the famous legislator said was simple and that is to endorse the NPP presidential and parliamentary candidates in Monday’s general election.

Dr Napo made these statements when he addressed Manhyia South constituents who had been medically screened and fed at the rally grounds with those in the age bracket of 70 years and above receiving bags of rice at Manhyia.

Dr Napo admonished constituents to take the weekend to look for their voter identity cards.

This, he noted is the only item that would allow them to go through the process of voting smoothly.

The MP also asked party members to look out for their friends and family members so they can urge them to step out to cast their votes.

He reminded the people that voting for the NPP will mean shaping their future and that of their families and children.

Justin Koduah Frimpong, Chief Executive Officer of the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) addressing the crowd earlier asked that they come out to vote massively for the President on Monday.

He also asked that they endorse in a massive manner the Manhyia South MP, Dr Napo.

By doing this, the YEA CEO said they would be sending both the President and their MP to seek for more development for them in government.

He rallied NPP members to go to the polling stations early and cast their ballots in peace and observe the process at a distance until votes are counted.

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