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Politics of Thursday, 15 November 2012

Source: Mohammed Saani Ibrahim—The Accra Times

Top 10 Ladies For JM Innaugurated

In spite of many several volunteer groups formed in the name of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), another group has also emerged towards winning of the December 7 general elections.

The latest to join the fray of Mahama Groups is the ‘’Strong Top 10 Ladies’’ of Nima who have vowed to campaign vigorously to ensure the President and the NDC wins the December polls.

The ladies were of the view that the NDC Presidential Candidate has comported himself touching on issues based campaign and explaining to the people the real situation of the economy.

According to them, President John Mahama (JM) promise in his campaign to continue to improve quality education at the basic level was the constitutional demand for strong foundation in building and providing quality education.

Inaugurating the Group at Nima in Accra, the member of the campaign team of the ruling NDC, Alhaji Haruna advised the group to desist from campaign of insult and name calling, since it is not an aspect of the party.

Adding that the party over the last four years has achieved numerous successes on development projects throughout the country something the opposition NPP failed to achieve during their tenure in office.

He called on all supporters and sympathizers of the ruling NDC to fight for more seats for the party and not to go throwing blows against their opponents.

The Group’s Coordinator, Hajia Mama Ruki on her part pledged their support to ensure that they embark on clean and issue based campaign.

She indicated that President John Mahama stands tall among all the political and presidential candidates.

She noted that some political parties especially, the largest opposition NPP has adopted a strategy to deceitfully convince Ghanaians with their “419” free SHS campaign promises; adding that they would in turn let the people know the truth and dump the desperate NPP come December 7.

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