Ace radio broadcaster Gilbert Aggrey, popularly known as Abeiku Santana, host of OK fm’s late afternoon drive time show has openly asked the youth to aim at being like the president of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama. A call which terms not political.

Talking to NY DJ, host of Kapital Radio’s host of Homestretch, Abeiku who sounded so passionate asked the youth of Ghana to emulate the very humble and hardworking nature of the president so as to win the confidence of both the elderly and the youth to better work for a better Ghana. Citing the beginnings of the President from serving in parliament as an MP through to his current status as President of the republic, “He won the trust and admonishing of both the elderly and youth. Why would the NDC despite the old folks still want to endorse him as their presidential candidate?”

Abeiku Santana who has for the past fifteen (15) years worked diligently as a broadcaster reminded the youth of emulating the good qualities of the President which has won him the admiration of all and asks them a vital question if they would receive such endorsements should the elderly leave the forefront of our politics. He further cited Dr. Kwame Nkrumah who was seen as a good option for the liberation of the then Gold Coast despite the presence of the elderly in politics.

This call he said is vital at this particular time in our politics as the world over has seen the essence of giving the youth a better chance of leadership with a clear example of the United States of America.

BY:NY DJ

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