Okyenhene Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin says he will be startled if Ghanaians vote against NPP in the upcoming election.
He stated that each qualified voter who has benefited from the president’s numerous social intervention programs and other infrastructure development must vote for him for a second term.
Okyenhene said the president has distinguished himself and deserves a second term, speaking to a durbar of Chiefs and people from the three Akyem States of Abuakwa, Bosome, and Kotoku.
To prove his argument, he performed the words from Sarkodie’s song “Ofeetso.”
‘Dem say you nor go fit do am but you do am wey dem shock’, Osagyefo said in Ga.
Akufo-excellent Addo’s achievements during his first term, according to Osagyefo Amoatia, will ensure his victory in the future elections.
“Your One District One Factory, One Village One Dam, Free SHS, Planting for Food and Jobs, the NABCO initiative, and your numerous infrastructural projects such as roads have all given good fruits,” Osagyefo observed.
“Nana Akufo-Addo has exceeded all expectations as President and must be given the nod to continue for a second term,” he concluded, quoting Lucky Mensah’s song.
The people of Akyem, according to the Okyenhene, have seen the growth under Akufo-Addo, which was repeated by the Asantehene this week.
On December 7th, Okyeman will also recognize Akufo-Addo.
Okyehene is the second high-profile traditional ruler to publicly support President Akufo-campaign Addo’s for a second term in the forthcoming December 7 election.
The President was assured on Monday by the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, that his record in office “would speak for him” in this year’s election.
“Your accomplishments in the office will speak for itself. In Asanteman, we recall. “On election day, Asanteman will remember your excellent actions,” Asantehene stated.
On Friday, Kyebi came to a halt when the three Akyem states of Abuakwa, Bosome, and Kotoku held a durbar to honor and welcome President Akufu Addo home.
On his part, President Akufo-Addo stated that his commitment and loyalty to Ghana were acquired from his grandparents and father, both of whom were active in the struggle for Ghana’s progress.
He expressed his determination to be honest with Ghanaians and to continue on the path of development.
Ghanaians were urged to allow Akufo-Addo four more years to do more.