The Minister of Education, Science and Sports, Papa Owusu Ankomah has said the NPP government takes credit for the freedom of thinking and speech prevailing in the country.
Speaking at the inauguration of new executives of TESCON at Takoradi Polytechnic, he said the NPP is a party of change in the country because of the soundness of its guiding principles, its belief in open debate and the contribution of all members of the party, be they young or the old.
Papa Owusu Ankomah asked members of the Takoradi Polytechnic Chapter of Tertiary Education Students Confederacy to re-affirm their beliefs in the founding ideals of the party.
Papa Ankomah, who is the MP for Sekondi said although the government has made great strides in rebuilding the country's shattered infrastructure, Ghanaians deserve a better life across the board and not just for the privileged.
He said the task of embedding democracy in the country is not over
and there are opportunities ahead to improve governance.
Mrs Gladys Asmah, Minister of Fisheries and Member of Parliament for Takoradi, said the main concern of the NPP is the development of the country.
She urged members of TESCON to be prepared to help ensure that polling stations are well-managed during the 2008 elections.
The new executives has Mr Dominic Kwesi Eduah as the President with Mr. Michael Buabeng as his vice.
Mr. Kwame Anim Ampomah is the organiser, Mr. Paul Kofi Adu Parko, assistant organiser, Miss Regina Twum, secretary, Miss Belinda Nyarko, women's commissioner, Mr. Kenneth Quansah, Public Relations Officer and Mr. David Bosomtwi Acquah, assistant public relations officer.