The National Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress, George Opare Addo has launched a campaign, Operation Sting’, to mobilize the support of the youth in the country to fight corruption, especially in the public sectors of the economy ahead of the December elections.
The former Metropolitan Chief Executive Officer of the Akuapem North said corruption has denied young people many meaningful opportunities in the country hence it was time for the youth to rise up and join in the fight against corruption in any kind and form in the “Operation Sting’.
“Corruption has denied young people many opportunities. It’s time we the Youth stand up & fight corruption of any kind” he said.
George Opare Addo made the call in a tweet on Monday, November 2, 2020.
He called on the youth to vote massively for the NDC and John Dramani Mahama to turn the fortunes of the youth and the country around come December 7.
“#JohnMahama2020 to fight corruption with ‘Operation Sting’. It’s time for the Youth to demand accountability. Vote #JMandJane2020”, the tweet further reads.
It was accompanied with a countdown post which reads “35 Vote JM, 35 days of Operation Sting to clamp down on corruption in the public sector”.
Corruption has denied young people many opportunities. It's time we the Youth stand up & fight corruption of any kind. Let's join #JohnMahama2020 to fight corruption with 'Operation Sting'. It's time for the Youth to demand accountability. Vote #JMandJane2020 pic.twitter.com/GUdqSnDU9w
— George Opare Addo (@georgeoaddo) November 2, 2020