The Great Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology will on Friday October 7 host some flagbearers of major political parties in Ghana on YFM’s Y-Dialogues platform as they discuss issues bordering on education, unemployment and security in Ghana as we near the December 7 elections. This is the 5th edition of the Y-Dialogues #VoteOnIssues Campaign which started in May this year.

This special edition of the Vote on Issues Campaign is a collaboration between YFM Ghana, We Rise Foundation and KNUST SRC and features Hon. Johnny Osei Kofi – Deputy Chief of Staff, Dr. Emmanuel K. Marfo – NPP Parliamentary Aspirant for Oforikrom Constituency, Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom – PPP flagbearer, Ivor Greenstreet – CPP flagbearer and Atik Mohammed – PNC General Secretary. These important personalities are going to espouse their parties’ positions on education, unemployment and also tell the youth present and Ghanaians what they have to offer if their  party is voted into office come December 7.

The Y-Dialogues is a platform for achievers in various fields to share their vast experiences with the youth to inspire them to aim high in their career aspirations and equip them with the right information to succeed.

This year’s edition is geared towards the elections in December with both on-air and off-air engagements as well as social media drive with the hashtag #voteonissues. The Vote on Issues Campaign is sponsored by STAR-Ghana and supported by Global Media Alliance, e.TV Ghana and the Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition.



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