NPP's injustices will end on Dec. 7 - Rawlings
Kete-Krachi (V/R), Oct. 28, GNA - Former President Jerry John Rawlings now on a campaign tour of the Northern Sector of the Volta Region has predicted that the economic and political injustices of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Government would end on December 7.
Addressing National Democratic Congress (NDC) supporters at Kete-Krachi on Wednesday, Former President Rawlings observed that the NPP's campaign slogan for the 2000 Elections urging the electorate to reflect on their living conditions before casting their votes provided the basis for voting them out of office this year.
He called on Ghanaians to use the opportunity being offered by the December polls to redeem themselves from the neo-colonialist agenda of the NPP.
Former President Rawlings said corruption and bad economic management by the Government had impoverished most Ghanaians. Mr Modestus Ahiable, Volta Regional Chairman of NDC, said the December polls were crucial and called for total support for the party's presidential candidate Professor John Evans Atta Mills and its parliamentary candidates.
Nana Kofi Gyantrubu II, Nifahene of Kete-Krachi, advised politicians to avoid antagonism and intimidation during their campaigns.