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General News of Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Source: Maxwell Okamafo Addo

NDC will always tell the truth - Amissah-Arthur

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur addressing some people at Prestea

The Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has stated the NDC would continue to tell people the truth where there is a challenge they would let the people know the truth.

The Vice-president Kwesi Amissah-Arthur made the remarks in Hemang Prestea on the Western Region as part of his four-day campaign visit to the Western Region.

The Vice-president Kwesi Amissah-Arthur said in a situation where there's a promise and government is unable to deliver they would come out and explain. He called on the people to shun and ignore the falsifications that their opponents are putting out there for political gains.

He also thanked the Chief for his compliment on the NDC and President Mahama as a leader of the nation and the need to allow him to continue with the massive infrastructure development that they are witnessing in his area.

Mr Amissah-Arthur said government would continue to fast track the massive infrastructure development that they have started in the area. On his part, the Chief of Prestea Hemang Nana Nteboa Pra called on the people of his area to vote massively for John Dramani Mahama on December 7th elections.

He said JM is Burger Baako Pe and that continuity is key, especially the Massive infrastructure development that they have witnessed under the NDC. He touted some of the achievements as the return of the Prestea underground mines, Road networks amongst others.

He also called on his people to vote for the former DCE for the area who is now the NDC parliamentary candidate for the area Hon Robert Cudjoe. A personally he described as humble, competent and capable. The chief said the people should avoid skirt and blouse since it stalls development.

The Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur also used the opportunity to call on the Chief Imam of Prestea to interact and also introduce the NDC parliamentary candidate for the area.