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Parents asked to restrain minors from voting

Mr John Arkoh, former District Chief Executive (DCE) for Agona East, has added his voice to the call on parents to restraint their under- age children to patronise the December 7 general election.

Mr Arkoh made the call when he addressed supporters of the National Democratic Congress(NDC) at Nsaba in the Central Region.

He said the 1992 Constitution prohibit children less than 18 years to exercise their franchise.

Mr Arkoh called on Ghanaians to retain NDC in power for another four years to continue the second phase of the “Better Ghana Agenda” to improve the lives of the people.

Touching on the free Senior High School educational policy being preached by New Patriotic Party (NPP) , the former DCE urged Ghanaians not to have confidence in it because it is not feasible.

Captain Annan Prah (Rtd), Former Metropolitan Chief Executive of Sekondi-Takoradi called on the supporters of the NDC to intensify their campaign to win more votes for President John Dramani Mahama and the parliamentary candidates of the party.

Source: GNA

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