Politics of Saturday, 27 October 2012
Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has urged supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and Ghanaians as a whole to turn out in their numbers on December 7 and vote massively for President John Mahama.
He said the NDC government had done a lot in the area of infrastructure, and managed the economy prudently resulting in a- single digit inflation for about two years.
The Government is also resourcing the security agencies as well as the implementation of the single spine pay policy.
Vice President Amissah-Arthur made the call when he paid a working visit to some communities in the Upper Denkyira East and Upper Denkyira West in the Central Region.
He asked the electorate to retain the NDC for another four years to enable it to complete all the development projects it has started.
The Vice President called on Nana Kojo Appiah, Chief of Ayanfuri, who acted on behalf of the Odeefo, Boa Amponsem, Paramount Chief of the Area, and sought the blessing of the traditional leader for a peaceful poll.
He addressed the Health Assistants and students of the Nurses Training College to take their studies seriously.
He assured them of the necessary interventions in the way of infrastructure, teachers and other forms of assistance to help the school achieve higher prospects for the future.
As he travelled, people stood along the streets and with NDC paraphernalia waving at the Vice presidents entourage.
He travelled to Denkyira Dominase, Denkyira Obuasi and Ntom where he addressed rallies.
He urged the electorate to give a “one-touch victory to the NDC” on December 7.