Mr Anthony Gyampoh, Eastern Regional Secretary of National Democratic Congress (NDC), has assured Ghanaians that President John Evans Atta Mills' administration would fulfil all its electoral promises.
He therefore urged activists and supporters of the Party to unite and take advantage of policies and programmes to be implemented in fulfilment of the electoral promises.
Mr Gyampoh gave the assurance at a thanksgiving service organised by members of Akropong Constituency branch of the Party at Kwamoso in Akuapem North District on Sunday.
Mr Gyampoh who was also the NDC Parliamentary Candidate for Election 2008 in the constituency called on the people to exercise patience while government implement its “A Better Ghana” agenda for the country.
Mr Maxwell Awuku, staff at the Presidency said government would ensure its socio-economic programmes benefited all Ghanaians irrespective of one's political affiliation.
He said under the government's agricultural policies, the abandoned oil palm plantations established in the 1960's at Kwamoso would be re-activated to generate employment for the people especially the youth.
Mr Addo Willy Brown, Akropong Constituency Chairman of NDC, called on the people to give the necessary support to development projects that would be initiated in the area to enable them benefit from the government's “A Better Ghana” agenda.
Mr Anagli Jibrine, Assemblyman for the area, appealed for more low tension electricity poles to the community to complete their connection to the national grid.
He appealed to Ministry of Education, to rehabilitate the Kwamoso Junior High School “B” which collapsed in 2006 and the establishment of a vocational institute to provide skill training for the youth and revamping of agriculture in Kwamoso.