NPP to ensure equitable distribution of wealthBy gna
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) on Friday repeated that it would offer caring and responsible leadership, under which all Ghanaians would be treated equally, irrespective of their party affiliations.
It said in a statement to mark the party's victory in parliamentary and presidential elections one year ago signed by Mr Lord Commey, National Organiser that the party would ensure equitable distribution of the nation's wealth and the rule of law.
"The sound macroeconomic indicators such as the stability of the cedi, the drop of nflation and fall in interest rates should convince all Ghanaians that after only one year of the NPP government in power, the necessary foundation had been laid for the resolution of the many problems confronting Ghanaians.
The party therefore, calls for patience and tolerance by Ghanaians to ensure that the many laudable policies of the NPP government are peacefully implemented to better the lot of the people."
The NPP thanked Ghanaians, particularly its supporters and polling agents who stood steadfastly behind the party to ensure the victory. It said "in spite of brutalities, intimidations and harassments that characterised the December 2000 elections...our numerous supporters, party activists and Ghanaians in general stood firm...
The misuse of incumbency and blatant abuse of state power by the former government never discouraged Ghanaians to fight for the positive change we are all enjoying today".