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General News of Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Source: Maxwell Okamafo Addo

Amissah-Arthur commissions new market at Assin South

Vice President, Amissah-Arthur commissioning the new market at Assin Ngrese

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has called on the people of Central Region to vote massively for President John Mahama in order to continue with his good works in developing the country.

He made the statement when he commissioned a new market built by the Assin Ngrese District Assembly in the Assin South District of the Central Region.

He said government will continue to bring development to the people and charged electorates to support government in its developmental agenda for the country.

Mr. Amissah-Arthur said government considers the area important; and for this reason will continue invest substantially in the area as a way of securing the future of the country.

The vice president used the occasion to introduce the NDC Parliamentary candidate for the area, Sabina Appiah Kubi, to the chiefs.

Mr. Amissah Arthur said continuity is key for the NDC government to continue with projects that it has already started. He said the Mahama administration has good policies and programmes for the overall development of the country.

He advised the people and the traditional authorities to support President Mahama.

Earlier on the Vice president had called on the chiefs and people o Nyankumasi Ahenkro to pay homage and also introduced the NDC parliamentary candidate Sabina Appiah-Kubi to them so that they vote for for the NDC party for continuity in the coming 2016 Election .

The Vice President used the opportunity to visit the Nyankumasi market to interact with the market women there and also addressed a mini rally at the Nyankumasi Taxi Station with the message of continuity.

He said the government has put in place measure to improve the lives of Ghanaians, in the health, agriculture, education, energy, among other.

He, therefore, urged Ghanaians to vote massively for President John Mahama and all other parliamentary aspirants to continue the good work that the NDC has begun.