NDC supporters asked to educate the people on the good work of the party
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary aspirant for Effutu constituency, Mr. Mike Hammah, has appealed to supporters of the party to educate the electorate on achievements and development projects executed during the regime of the party.
Mr. Hammah said this when he addressed members and supporters of the in Winneba on Wednesday.
He said most of the projects, especially the tarring of roods in the Effutu Municipality, were completed during the regime of the NDC government.
Mr. Hammah called on the electorate to assess development projects that took place in the constituency during the NDC regime and the current government.
He said government under the leadership of Professor John Atta Mills would ensure that all Ghanaians enjoy the “National Cake” and appealed to party supporters to reach the people and sensitized them on the need to vote for Prof. Mills for a better Ghana.
He said the “NPP government had lost focus and vision hence there is the need for Ghanaians to come out in their numbers to vote them out of office on December 7.”
Mr. Kojo Appiah, constituency propaganda secretary of the party, called on the members to avoid using abusive languages in their campaigning in order not to inflame partisans.