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*Hon. Seth Ankrah Urges NPP to Forget 2024 Election if Relying on Rigging as Only Option and Strength*


In a bold and controversial statement, Hon. Seth Ankrah, a prominent political figure, has called on the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to reconsider their approach to the upcoming 2024 election. The astute politician believes that if the NPP’s only option and perceived strength is to rig the election, then they should seriously consider stepping away from the electoral process altogether.

Speaking with the media Hon. Seth Ankrah expressed his concerns about the integrity of the democratic process in Ghana. He highlighted the importance of free and fair elections as the foundation of a healthy democracy, and emphasized that any attempts to manipulate or rig the election would be detrimental to the country’s democratic values.

“It is deeply concerning to hear reports and rumors of the NPP’s intentions to rig the 2024 election. If their only strategy for victory is through unfair means, then perhaps it is time for them to reevaluate their commitment to democracy,” Hon. Seth Ankrah stated.

The veteran politician urged the NPP to focus on presenting a strong and credible platform to the Ghanaian people, rather than resorting to underhanded tactics. He emphasized the need for transparency, accountability, and respect for the rule of law in the electoral process.

Hon. Seth Ankrah’s remarks have sparked a heated debate among political circles, with some accusing him of playing politics and undermining the NPP’s legitimacy. However, many Ghanaians have praised his courage in speaking out against electoral malpractice and standing up for democratic principles.

As the country gears up for the highly anticipated 2024 election, Hon. Seth Ankrah’s words serve as a timely reminder of the importance of upholding the integrity of the electoral process. It remains to be seen how the NPP will respond to his call to abandon rigging as a strategy and instead focus on earning the trust and support of the Ghanaian electorate.

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story filed by: Nana kwaku Duah


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