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NDC, NPP have shown they lack what is required to develop Ghana – Barimah-Adu

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Presidential Candidate George Twum-Barimah-Adu has said Ghana is ready to break the duopoly of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP). Mr. Barimah-Adu said that in the upcoming December 7 election, Ghanaians would vote for a presidential candidate who doesn’t represent the NDC or NPP.

He insisted that Ghanaians have realized that the leadership required to transform Ghana into a more developed state cannot be found within the NPP and NDC, adding that personalities within both parties have clearly shown that they lack what is required to develop the country.

The Presidential Candidate, speaking recently to A1 Radio’s Mark Smith on the Day Break Upper East Show, said, “Ghana is ready right now to do away with the NDC and NPP and to have a different type of leadership that would bring about the change that we have all been looking for. If they knew what is to be done, they would have clearly done it.”

Mr. Barimah-Adu said that while the parties have over the years become very efficient election machines, they are no good at governance. “It is not their field,” he said.

The Presidential Candidate is convinced that in this election, a candidate not representing any of the aforementioned parties would win the election.

Mr. Barimah-Adu was born on August 18, 1963, as the third child of the late Frank Brako Adu Snr, a public servant, and the late Beatrice Mariam Ama Acheampong, a government school teacher.

He is the nephew of the late Kwaku Boateng Esq, a former government Minister in Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s government. After attending various primary schools, he studied at Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School (PRESEC, Legon) from 1975 to 1980. Mr. Barimah-Adu then pursued a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and a Master of Arts in International Studies at Florida International University (FIU), Miami, where he held several leadership positions.

Mr. Barimah-Adu returned to Ghana in 1993 and worked with the National Insurance Commission until 2000. In 2001, he became an Executive Director of Cypress Investments Limited until April 2023.

He authored the book “Behaviour Brings Success” in 2006 and developed several educational games, including the Road User Playing Cards and Nudu Board Game. Mr. Barimah-Adu is a practicing Christian, married to Winifred Twum-Barimah-Adu, and they have three children: Nana Afia, Kweku Nhyira, and Kwadwo Odoi.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Bolgatanga|

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