Professor Naana Opoku-Agyemang: 2024 Election Vital for Ghana’s Healing and Renewal

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Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, the vice-presidential candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) alongside flagbearer John Dramani Mahama, has underscored the significance of the upcoming 2024 general election as a pivotal moment for Ghana’s healing and resurgence from the brink of decline and deep-seated despair.

Speaking at her official unveiling ceremony at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), Professor Opoku-Agyemang emphasized that the 2024 election transcends a mere quest for political power. She highlighted its critical role in rejuvenating Ghana’s future and fostering national healing and renewal.

“The upcoming election is not solely about reinstating the NDC into power, although that is crucial given our current situation,” remarked the former Education Minister.

She continued, “Winning the forthcoming elections is about a greater purpose. It’s about seizing the opportunity to heal our nation, to steer Ghana away from the edge of destruction, to combat pervasive corruption and insatiable greed, and to lift our country from profound despair.”

Professor Opoku-Agyemang articulated a vision for a revitalized Ghana where citizens regain confidence, hope, and independence of thought. She envisioned a Ghana that can sustain itself, uphold the rule of law, achieve shared prosperity, and safeguard democracy from becoming a mere facade.

“It’s our chance to strive for a country where citizens are treated with respect, free from intimidation or discrimination based on voting preferences or language spoken,” she added. “Our victory as a party aims to rally everyone towards the monumental task of rebuilding and restoring hope in a fractured Ghana, a task that the NDC is uniquely positioned to undertake given our history and accomplishments.”

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