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29.10.2004 NPP News

So far, so good for NPP and supporters – Mills

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PRESIDENTIAL candidate of the NDC, Professor John Evans Atta Mills, says the lives of Ghanaians are miserable under the present administration and that the slogan, “So far, So Good” is for NPP leaders and their family; and not the masses.

He said Ghanaians should therefore consider their lifestyles today before voting in the December 7 election.

According to him, it is only God who can make all impossibilities possible, so all those saying l'll do this and that cannot do anything on their own because they don't have any power of their own.

He said he prays that God opens the eyes of all Ghanaians to see which administration, between the NPP and NDC, is really corrupt.

He was speaking at a mini rally organised in his honour recently at Tafo Mankronu in the Ashanti region as part of his tour of that region.

According to him, the NPP has failed the people because they promised them things without thinking that all power comes from God.

On his part, the chief of Tafo Mankronu, Nana Agyin Frimpong III thanked the NDC flagbearer for his visit and also told him that if he is for peace, then they are solidly behind him wherever he goes.

He asked all Ghanaians to be united and speak of oneness and love during this year's elections. He also asked all Ghanaians to vote according to issues so that there will be peace during the elections.

The former Ashanti regional minister, Mr. Daniel Ohene Agyekum, on his part said that all that the NDC is asking for is the killers of the Ya- Na to be found because they cannot understand the reason why the police, solders and even BNI officials should be present when such a thing took place in broad daylight and up till now, the killers have not been found. He said such a case is inexcusable.

He also said he will prefer that all ministers of the present government and that of the former government stand on one platform and debate for Ghanaians to see who is telling the truth and who is not.

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