2024 elections victory for mahama is the  youth project -Agbenya

Mr. Precious Agbenya, the political activist and the  National communication team member for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has stated that, the victory that a wait  the former President John Dramani Mahama in the 2024 general elections must be a project for the youth of the country
According to him, the youth of the country are suffering to the extent that, one can not ask a woman hand for marriage because of the economic hardship being created by the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) led by Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo and Dr Bawumiah.
According to him, the youth who would take the leadership mantle in future are loosing hope thinking that there is no future for them as their keep fading out day in and say out because of selfish and corrupt political leaders of today’s running the economy.
He stated that it is time the youth irrespective one’s political affiliation rise up in campaigning vigorously for the former President John Mahama to make the victory for him in the 2024 elections a mere formality to rescue the country and give back hope for them.
Mr. Agbenya is of the believe that, considering the performance of the Ex President from 2012 to 2016 in terms of physical infrastructures and the investment his government made I’m the Agricultural sector through free fertilizers for farmers is a clear indications that, given him the nod again, he will do far better than the current government we are experiencing as a country.
He stressed that, there is nothing working in the country from all sectors of the economy including the justice, peace and security that are the backbone of every strong economy has being compromise by the government of the day.
The political activist made a passionate appealed to the youth of the country to join the campaign to ensure that, the former president is back to the office to help build the Ghana we want together for prosperity for every Ghanaian citizens.

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