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December 7 polls: Five interesting scenes to watch out for


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December 7 polls: Five interesting scenes to watch out for

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The big day is just around the corner, and as usual, all eyes are pointed to welcoming that day. Many just can’t wait to experience the interesting scenes of election 2020; some wish they could spin the clock to quadruple its moving pace, if only nature could allow its happening. 

But sometimes the adage ‘wonders shall never end’ seems to find its original place in how politicians value election so dearly than managing the resources of the country when given the mandate to rule. If they could even utilize and apply even half of the momentum and efforts they put in winning an election in managing the affairs of our mother Ghana, I don’t think we would still be chasing after gargantuan debt!

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Let’s hold our breath on this and find out five interesting things we should all look out for in this year’s election.

1. Skirt without blouse.

Many angry youth may endorse a particular party but will never invest their political right in any parliamentary candidate due to consistent failure of promises and underdevelopment in their metropolitan assemblies or communities. We recently heard Akufo-Addo begging voters to avoid skirt and blouse, but it will even be a different story this time around. It will rather be skirt without any blouse!

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2. A party may rush to court prior to the announcement of presidential results.

3. Many youth may be used as election machinery by politicians to reach their destination. And just after the election, their names will be deleted from the mental faculty of politicians; and there comes regret, and disappointment.

4. Smaller parties and independent candidates will regret wasting huge sums of money, and start thinking about pulling their resources together to become a single party system.

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5. Politicians and party supporters will continue to violate COVID-19 protocols in the name of jubilation, and blame the public for rise in Coronavirus cases just after the election.

Source: Theophilus Quaicoe/Hypercitigh.com

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Christopher Sam
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