The flag-bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Professor J.E. Mills, has assured Ghanaians that a government of the NDC will not neglect and discriminate against a section of the society but will seek the welfare of all Ghanaians irrespective of their political affiliation.
“A government of the NDC if voted will not neglect or discriminate against a section of Ghanaians but will be caring, selfless and seek the welfare of all Ghanaians so that together we move Ghana forward,” he said.
Prof. Mills gave the assurance at separate rallies held at Ho, Tokokoe and Hohoe as part of his four-day campaign tour of the Volta Region.
According to him the government had created jobs and wealth for a section of the society which had resulted in disaffection among Ghanaians, saying the situation had stalled the accelerated development of the nation.
Prof. Mills pointed out that “those who have made sacrifices for the forward march of this country, have regretted. A vote for the NDC would reverse the trend if a change is effected on December 6.”
The flag-bearer who was confident of NDC regaining governance of the country pledged to form an all, embracing government so that a section of the society is not disgruntled.
Prof. Mills expressed concern about the ill-gotten wealth, the drug menace and corruption prevailing in the country and indicated that a government of the NDC would build capacity on the moral values of Ghanaians through honesty, transparency, truth, love and humility.
He alleged that the government was desperate to hang on to power to cover its misdeeds and that a vote for the NDC would expose them.
Prof. Mills lamented over the situation where the current government had destroyed the partnership between Ghanaians and the NDC and said there is the need to rebuild the partnership when voted to regain power.
The flag-bearer of the NDC said the youth would be empowered, improve the condition of service of workers and put measures in place to eschew selfish greed and avarice in society.