The vice-presidential candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Ms Brigitte Dzogbenuku, has advised Ghanaian parents, particularly mothers, to think carefully about the future of their children before they cast their votes on Wednesday, December 7, 2016.
According to her, it is only the PPP that is assuring their wards of a Free Compulsory Universal Basic Education (FCUBE), therefore, they must endeavour to vote for Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom so he can implement the policy which is enshrined in Chapter 6 of the 1992 Constitution.
Ms Dzogbenuku made this known when she, together with the 2nd Vice Chairperson of the PPP, Belinda Bulley, visited Nyanyano in the Gomoa East constituency to campaign and interact with the fisher folk and women in the community.
“The future of Ghana will be on the shoulders of the children we see today. That is why Dr Nduom has said that he is going to make basic education free and compulsory for them,” she indicated.
She charged the people to vote massively for Dr Nduom, who is Number 4 on the presidential ballot paper and the PPP parliamentary candidate for Gomoa East, Eunice Asumeng, who is number 1 on the parliamentary ballot paper.
For her part, Eunice Asumeng said she was going to restore Nyanyano to its lost glory since its one of the oldest towns in the Gomoa East constituency.
She added that she was going to provide vocational training to all the young men and women in the constituency.
Earlier, Ms Dzogbenuku and her team visited the palace of Dr Nana Obeng Wiabo V, the Gomoa Nyanyano Odikro.