Sandra Ankobiah organises forum for first time voters
Ghanaian TV host Sandra Ankobiah, has begun a project, which is dubbed the First Time Voters Project.
It is an educative initiative which aims to raise meaningful participation of the youth in Ghana’s political processes and it commenced at the All Naitons University College in Koforidua yesterday [September 14].
Sandra told the students who had gathered at the auditorium of the All Nations University that the project seeks to advocate for meaningful youth participation that will put forward the electoral and political reforms that will be necessary for social inclusion.
“The First Time Voters Project envisions an informed critical young electorate who actively participate in Ghana’s political processes geared towards alternative politics and transformative governance,” she said.
“We believe that first time voters have their capacity to significantly contribute as well as shape up the future of this country by its greater involvement in the election process.”
The guest speaker of the event was Albert Arhin, the National Coordinator of the CODEO said that it is important to encourage first time voters to take part in the electoral process.
“We should encourage the first time voters to take part in the process of developing a new generation of electorate who exercise their right to suffrage and maximise potent tools in determining the fate of the country and their future vis-a-vis maintaining an atmosphere of active.”
Jeffrey O. Sarpong/233liveworld.com
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