Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Minister for Information, has admonished New Patriotic Party (NPP) campaigners not to think the 2020 election is a done deal.
Leading a street and house campaign in Akyem Ayirebi in the Eastern Region on Saturday, Nkrumah warned that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) should not be under estimated in their ability to “hoodwink Ghanaians” in the last two weeks of the election.
“We have worked hard, but the most important thing now is to avoid complacency and ensure all pro-NPP registered voters cast their ballots correctly on 7 December,” he said.
Distributing handbills and educating voters on how to vote, Nkrumah warned that any NPP member who assumes the election has been won already poses a danger to the cause of the party.
“We need to work hard because our future as a country depends on this election,” Nkrumah stated.
He added: “All of us must work as though we were still in opposition. We must not stop knocking on doors, visiting shops and lorry stations until we secure a wide margin victory for Nana Akufo-Addo and his MPs.”