The game of politics erroneously to many, is an opportunity to loot the nation’s scare resources but to the young ones making their incursions known, it is simply a case of serving humanity with verve and due regards for what is genuine. Our political drive seat today features one of the aspirants contesting the Volta Regional Secretary slot. Be our guest.
Born Albert Laurent Sakabutu, the affable politician is ever battle ready to lead Ghana’s biggest opposition party, NDC, as the Regional Secretary. He disclosed that the decision to contest has not been a difficult one since the urge to always serve his party to the best of his ability has always been alive in him.
The certified Chartered Financial Economist, Lecturer of Finance and Economics and an Investment Consultant who comes from the North-Dayi Constituency according to his own rating is dedicated, committed, hardworking, enthusiastic and honest member of the NDC since 2000. It sounds reassuring to say that he has really been the man for the grassroots and would help restore the fortunes of the party in the region.
When the rymcitigh.com crew scooped on him, the ever well-articulated aspirant revealed that he envisions an NDC administration from January 2025 that would reverse the adverse consequences of the economic malfeasance and misfeasance of the NPP government. This he said, would be done by strengthening and safeguarding the sovereignty of Ghana’s democratic institutions, processes, norms and values in order to secure a better quality of life for all for a prosperous Ghana.
He also disclosed that as a Regional Secretary, he would coordinate the Regional Secretariat and work in partnership with other Regional Executives and Constituency Executives to help the NDC win the General Elections in 2024.
As the regional contest is drawing nearer, his final words are loud and appealing enough to every delegate out there.
“By better quality of life, I meant an administration, that will give hope to the hopeless, food to those that are hungry, water to those who are thirsty, comfort for the grieving and afflicted Ghanaians and above all justice to those who have been treated unjustly. Let’s win this together”.