Election 2016 Minister promises ‘one family, one graduate’

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mavis Ama Frimpong argued that the ‘one family, one graduate’ promise can only be fulfilled when the electorates in the constituency vote for both President Mahama and herself.

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The Eastern Regional Minister, Mavis Ama Frimpong has promised that her constituents will enjoy quality education if they retain President John Mahama after the December 7 polls.

According to Accra-based Onua FM, she introduced the term ‘one family, one graduate’ during a campaign tour in the New Abrem Constituency in the Eastern Region.

The Regional Minister who is also the NDC’s Parliamentary nominee for the New Abrem Constituency urged the constituents to desist from voting in a ‘skirt and blouse’ pattern.

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She argued that the ‘one family, one graduate’ promise can only be fulfilled when the electorates in the constituency vote for both President Mahama and herself.

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She urged the electorates to vote for her so she takes the constituency to another level of development.

Ghana goes to the polls on December 7. In this year’s campaign promises the key campaign message has been political parties vowing to give ‘one this to one that’.

After the NPP’s Presidential nominee has promised ‘one village one dam’, President Mahama later described the ‘one to one’ promises made by his opponent as ancient.

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