Emmanuel Macron is a leader of a youthful party who won the election at the first presidential race and since he assumes office he has been seemingly doing well and now the citizens of France are trying him and his government to decide in the future elections again.
He explains that the two parties only think of their parochial interest at the expense of Ghana. He states that these parties only thinks of their parties and siphon from the coffers of the country for their personal aggrandizements. Many Ghanaians are suffering economically.
A third youthful party should be formed to oust current NPP. The leaders should be given retirement age just as every other worker is given in Ghana so that at age 60 you retire. He appeals to Ghanaians to try that and see how things may fare.
In conclusion, the decision lies in Ghanaians heart, mind and will translate when they exercise their franchise.