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Yesterday’s demonstration by the coalition of opposition parties in the Northern region, against the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress government, is a clear indication that the hardship in the country has reached a crescendo.

Ghanaians who are desirous to see a change in government through the upcoming elections have been asked to remain vigilant at all levels of the electoral process to ensure that the outcome of the December polls reflects the true will of the electorate.

“Have no doubt it is fear in the land. For what can men do when so many have grown lawless? Who can enjoy the lovely land, who can enjoy seventy years, and the sun that pours down on the earth, when there is fear in the heart? … There are voices crying what must be done, a hundred, a thousand voices. But what do they help if one seeks for counsel, for one cries this, and one cries that, and another cries something that is neither this nor that.”

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