Fayose Warns Ghanaians: If You Vote For Change, You Will Suffer Like Us

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Governor of Ekiti State Ayodele Fayose has advised Ghanaians not to make the same mistake made by Nigerians in the 2015 presidential election by voting for change.

A statement by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, said Fayose spoke while playing host to some men of God from Ghana at the weekend.

Ayodele Fayose said:

 “By buying into the All Progressives Congress (APC) message of change, Nigerians are now facing a kind of hunger and suffering never experienced in the country in the last 30 years and Ghanaians must not fall into that kind of trap.”

“Ghanaians should not succumb to the deceit of the opposition party that are calling for a change of government. Rather, they should return the incumbent President, John Mahama, who has no doubt done creditably well to deserve a re-election.”

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“Ghanaians should know that the change in Nigeria brought hunger, suffering, disregard for the rule of law as well as arrest and detention of Nigerians without trial and be mindful of those preaching change to them.”



“Most importantly, the situation in Ghana at present is similar to that of Nigeria. Like President Mohammadu Buhari, opposition party, New Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo has contested the presidency two times. This is the third time he is contesting. He is also 74 year-old.”

“In Nigeria, change is synonymous with economic recession that is even getting to the level of depression. Even majority of those who brought the change are now regretting it.”

“Therefore, tell your people in Ghana that Nigerians are already regretting the change they made last year, which has plunged the country into serious economic hardship.”

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“Tell them to learn from Nigerians and reject those preaching message of change to them. They should hold on to the government that they have now and beware of a change that will take their country to economic recession.”

Ghana heads to the polls on December 7 in a presidential contest between incumbent President John Mahama and opposition candidate Nana Akufo-Addo.