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Many SDA members are in NPP strongholds

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In an interview monitored by newsandvibes.com on Oyerepa, social analyst Andy Nana Owusu’s raised concerns regarding the potential consequences for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) if the Seventh-Day Adventist Church’s (SDA) petition to alter the election date for the 2024 general elections faces rejection.

According to Mr. Owusu, the NPP’s electoral prospects could be significantly impacted if the SDA’s plea to observe their Sabbath Day on Saturday, December 7, 2024, is not accommodated. He argued that a notable contingent of SDA members residing in the NPP’s strongholds, adhering strictly to their religious convictions, might substantially influence the party’s vote tally.

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Mr. Owusu highlighted the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s active opposition to any proposal altering the election day, underscoring their awareness of the potential electoral dynamics.

Mr. Owusu emphasized that the dominant SDA areas in Ghana include the Ashanti, Ahafo, Bono, and Western regions. This underscores that if SDA members steadfastly uphold Sabbath observance during the elections, it is the NPP that could face electoral repercussions. Particularly citing the Ashanti Region, he underscored the multitude of SDA churches and their potential sway over the NPP’s electoral support.

He further clarified that he is not suggesting that no NDC member attends the SDA church, but the majority of them are NPP members, especially in the communities in the Ashanti Region.

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