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Vote for PPP to be Patriotic – PPP’s Brigitte Dzogbenuku

The Presidential Candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) Ms. Brigitte Dzogbenuku has charged all Ghanaians to vote for her and the PPP to keep Ghana peaceful for the December 7 general elections, and after.

She made this call in the Akyem Oda constituency when she paid a courtesy call on the Akyem Kotoku paramount chief, and formally introduced her running mate, Mr. Kofi Asamoah-Siaw to the chiefs and people of the area on Sunday 1st November, 2020.

Ms. Brigitte expressed that the main parties have polarized, and divided the country for their own political interest, and undermined inclusiveness and development of the country.

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She pledged to unify the country by bridging the gap between the young and old; rich and poor; the educated and uneducated. According to her, she has come to be a mother for all, and a servant to the nation for Ghana to develop and so a vote for her, is a vote yourself, your family, and your community.

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