National Vice Chairman if the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Alhaji Said Sinare has made a strong case to Muslims to trust in the leadership of John Mahama and vote him to power in the upcoming elections.
The former Ghana Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, who has been touring Muslim communities and inner cities in some parts of the country since the NDC launched it’s manifesto, made an appearance at Nima Friday night to meet Muslim clerics and other stakeholders in the area.
Chairman Sinare also met some Muslim youth groups in the area to explain the job policies in the NDC manifesto and urged them to vote massively for the NDC.
Alhaji Sinare interacting with the people of Nima.
He noted that the NDC over the years has implemented policies that benefit Muslims, citing educational infrastructure that improve the labour capital of Islamic center communities.
Touching on the industrialization drive of the NDC and other job opportunities through the $10 billion ‘Big Push’ to accelerate infrastructural development in the country, Alhaji Sinare mentioned the next NDC government would sponsor about 500,000 youth across the country to learn skills and also support them establish their businesses after completion, adding that Muslims who are school dropouts will have the opportunity to take part of the state-sponsored Free Apprenticeship progamme.
At a mini durbar, Alhaji Sinare emphasized on the need for the youth to be vigilant on election day and ensure nobody alters their vote.
He stated that it was by the protection of their votes that the NDC can whisk power from the “incompetent, clueless Akufo-Addo government” that has borrowed more than the 8 year rule of the NDC yet has nothing significant to offer Ghanaians.
Last week, Alhaji Sinare, who visited some Muslim communities in the Ashanti region assured the people te NDC will develop Muslim Communities in the region.
He said Muslims deserved better under the NDC unlike the ruling NPP that has neglected them although they reside in the strong hold of the ruling government.