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General News of Sunday, 20 November 2016

Source: Maxwell Okamafo Addo

Veep urges Ghanaians to vote for continuity

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has urged Ghanaians to vote for President John Dramani Mahama in the December polls for continuity.

He said the president had laid the necessary foundation for a better Ghana with job opportunities for the youth.

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur was addressing hundreds of NDC supporters at a rally Nsuatre in the Brong Ahafo region; he said Mr Mahama needed continuity in his Transforming Ghana agenda, adding that Ghanaians should continue to have confidence and hope in the National Democratic Congress.

He described this year’s election as a determination of the country’s future and its priorities for the next four years.

Mr Amissah-Arthur also urged Ghanaians to vote in a peaceful manner so as not to derail the country’s democracy and economic progress.

The programme forms part of the Vice President’s three-day campaign tour of the Brong Ahafo Region to canvas for votes for the NDC to retain power in the December 7 Elections.

Vice President Amissah-Arthur also stated that President Mahama had to continue with the projects he had started since a change for another Government would abandon what he started.

He called on the electorate in the area to vote massively for the NDC’s parliamentary candidate for the area Mr Justice Samuel Adjei who doubled as the deputy Regional minister from the region for the area, brought a lot of developmental projects, including the provision of school infrastructure, extension of electricity to various communities and roads.

The deputy Minister Mr Justice Samuel Adjei on for his part, urged the electorate this time round to give him the nod as the Member of Parliament for the are to complement the efforts of President Mahama in the next NDC Administration to bring more development to the area.

He reminded the people of the good work President Mahama had done and the need to retain him for another four year-term.