Ghana goes to the polls yet another time on December 7, 2020.
Like it’s usually done across the country every election year, politicians will move to the nook and cranny of the country; something they will not do after elections.
Their mission? They will seek to convince the Ghanaian on why they deserve to be voted for either to stay in power or to come to power.
Over the years, the Ghanaian especially the youth have fallen for the flowery promises but have been disappointed whenever they vote either way.
Apart from voting and getting disappointed, the youth have over the years been used as conduits to foment electoral crimes across the country.
Some of the youth are used as tools to steal ballot boxes while some are just used to create tension at voting centers.
But this year, with the level of heads and how discerning the Ghanaian has been, a lot seems to be changed and will change during the electoral process.
Demagogue; a spoken word by Xbabados addresses these challenges and triggers a sense of discernment to the Ghanaian youth who have over the years been disappointed although they vote.
It raises concerns on the manipulative nature of Ghanaian politicians and why there is the need for the youth to be conscious and not fall for their manipulations this time around.
Source: phamousghana.com/Ayeh Offei-Akoto/2020