Its that time again, when politicians brace and prepare themselves for the big elections. As Ghana goes to the polls next year, all indications are that it is going to be a keenly contested general election. This starts from the party primaries where allies and people from practically the same ideological standpoint have to pitch against each other for that one slot.
That time is here again and Moses Kanduri, a young aspirant seeks to change the status quo in his native Garu Constituency. He comes up against a 20-year parliamentary veteran, Azumah Azimbe. Mr. Kanduri thinks seeing the same bumpy roads that he used to see growing up as a child 20 years ago is not an acceptable narrative and he feels it a sacred duty to come on board to help make the lives of his people better.
Ghnewsnow caught up with this young parliamentary hopeful in New York and he agreed to let us stick our cam in his face. We present to you dear readers, Cam-To-Face episode 4. On our lenses, Moses Kanduri, (NDC) Parliamentary aspirant for Garu. Watch the interview>>>