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General News of Friday, 2 May 2008

Source: GNA

NDC to take advantage of "declining fortunes" of government to win power

Hohoe (V/R), May 2, GNA - Mr Kwasi Aboagye, Volta Regional Vice-Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has held that the goodwill that greeted the government when it assumed office has "evaporated" as a result of an "economic quagmire" in which the citizenry have found themselves currently.

Speaking to the Ghana News Agency at Hohoe, Mr Aboagye said the country's fortunes, which had seemed to be moving into higher gear, have now been drawn two steps backwards.

Mr Aboagye alleged that there was corruption and cronyism in high offices, adding that this development placed the NDC in a strong position to win this year's elections. He therefore urged NDC activists to re-engineer their campaign and deepen the house-to-house crusade initiated by Professor John Evans Atta Mills, the party's Presidential candidate.

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