General News of Tuesday, 20 September 2016
Source: Samuel Ablordeppey
The Chief of Staff to the Republic of Ghana Julius Debrah has urged members of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) to stay vigilant and intensify the door to door, window to window, market to market, church to church,mosque to mosque, village to village, town to town and city to city to ensure one touch victory for President Mahama and the Parliamentary candidates.
The Chief of Staff who is currently in Wa in the Upper West region to sustain and whip up party enthusiasm among the rank and file.
Mr. Julius Debrah who took advantage of the absence of President John Dramani who is in New York, America where he is attending the United Nations General Assembly, is in Wa to engage with the Chiefs and people of the Upper West region and drum home the need to retain President Mahama in the December elections.
He said "the 2016 elections is for the NDC to take but it demands more work between now and December 7, 2016."
The former Eastern regional chairman of the NDC for 8 years, CEO of the Ghana tourism Authority, Greater Accra regional and local governments minister and now Chief of Staff encouraged party supporters to continue to work hard, adding "it is only through hard work that would see us through a one touch victory"
According to him the NDC government under President Mahama has done tremendously well over the past 3 years and there is every justification for the electorate to retain the NDC.
"We have a solid record of achievements that each and every one of us must go out tell and win a soul. The fields are white and its time to convert and woo first time voters for the party."
He continued by saying "we understand your frustrations and we thank you all for standing by the NDC throughout these years. Your toils won't be in vain. When the appropriate time comes you shall all be covered."
He announced that his boss President Mahama means well and desires to make Ghana a better place for all. Let's embrace him and give him another for years for job creation, economic empowerment and the creation of a stable and friendly business environment which would propel all of us to greater heights of achievement.
The Chief of Staff was met by the Upper Eastern regional minister, past and current regional chairman of the region amongst others.
He will meet and interact with the Chiefs, address fora and rallies as well as strategic meetings tailored at winning the 2016 elections comprehensively.