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11-Jul-2011  
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The Youth for Ndoum 2012 Exploration Committee has said that views sampled from six regions indicate that majority of Ghanaians would have voted for Dr Paa Kwesi Ndoum as the President of Ghana in the 2008 election.

The voting pattern did not go well because he belonged to a disunited party at the time.

Speaking to the Ghana News Agency in Bolgatanga where the exploration committee had come to gather views about Dr Ndoum’s viability as a Presidential Candidate, Mr Richard Nii Amarah, spokesperson for the committee said majority of Ghanaians indicated that Dr Ndoum was endowed with rich experience and knowledge and could be voted for as the President of Ghana if he had identified himself with a party that was united.

“Majority of Ghanaians indicated that there was no unity among the Nkrumahist parties and that caused the downfall of Dr Ndoum in 2008”, he said.

Mr Nii Amarah also said that the views sampled revealed that Dr Ndoum did not include the youth in his campaigns especially at the grassroots level.

He said the committee’s major task was to assess why Dr Ndoum lost the 2008 election, whether Ghanaians think he can be a good President and to solicit for suggestions that would help him win the 2012 Presidential election.

He mentioned the regions visited to include the Central, Western, Brong Ahafo, Ashanti, Upper West and Upper East Regions and commended them for their support and cooperation.

Mr Nii Amarah however appealed to people to be honest and to give fair comments and views about Dr Ndoum and that he was a very good candidate who could turn the fortunes of Ghana around to alleviate the burden of the masses. “Dr Ndoum with his rich experience, knowledge and contacts outside can bring about a positive change to Ghanaians if he is given the nod. He is a man of honesty, hard work and full of integrity, probity and accountability”, he said.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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