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Wow! Manifestos! Promises! Manifestos! Promises! As I cruised around social media reading posts and updates citing the NPP manifesto this, and the NDC Manifesto that, I paused to peruse both Manifestos while sipping some refreshing and healthy Soboloo! AND hey presto, NDC did not disappoint with its haven of promises! Sheeeeeeeesh! Imagine Akua Dede As3mp3’s bewilderment and concern when I realized NPP’s manifesto presented only 19 PROMISES, whereas NDC boasted 97 promises in its repertoire! I have a few questions for the NDC. How exactly do you intend to pay for all these? How are you going to honor these promises? Oh, dear Lord, do I smell more broken promises?

Heck, I am not a politician, nor am I even a political person. I am just an ordinary curious citizen! Come on, folks, ask yourselves, which of these is viable? 19 vs. 97 PROMISES! Wheeeeew! I ASK AGAIN, WHO IS THE KING PROMISE NOW? GO FIGURE!

Charleeeeey, this Soboloo is good! Let me go and refill my glass! Please do not roll your eyes at me! I am not greedy. Remember, COVID-19 is still here, and Soboloo (a healthy drink made from dry hibiscus, ginger, and other exotic spices) is an immune system booster that helps fight the deadly virus! Just because the President of Ghana and his team have managed to diligently and ferociously keep the virus contained does not mean we should relax or get complacent with the existing protocols and preventative measures!

See you on the next blog!



  1. I just hope the people cut through the bullcrap and vote for the party with a viable chance of fulfilling their promises.

    1. Sounds like you’re sitting on the fence. The question is which party has a viable chance of fulfilling their promises? The one with several unbroken promises, and an additional 97, or the one with an unrivaled list of accomplishments with only 19 promises? This is a no brainer.

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