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05.12.2004 NDC News

Press Statement By NDC Youth Forum

By Signed: Victor Dorson
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The Youth Forum of the NDC has taken note of an advert being played by the NPP, which sought to create the impression that Prof. Mills, as the Vice President at the time that women were being killed, did not do anything about it.

The Youth Forum wishes to place it on record that the killing of the women was politically motivated act perpetrated by persons in the NPP. We recall that the then national chairman of the NPP, Mr. Odoi Sykes, told the people of this country that the killing of the women would stop only if the NPP was voted into power, and true to his words, the NPP came to power and the killing stopped.

The Youth Forum is of the view that security for our womenfolk, and indeed all persons in this country, is in finding the killers of our women and the murderers of the Ya-Na and his kinsmen, something the Kufuor-led NPP has refused to do for the four years that they have been in power because they know the persons behind the killing. They have rather sought to make the people of Ghana to believe the impossible story that Charles Ebo Quansah was solely responsible for the killing of the women.

We wish to let the NPP know that the responsibility rests squarely on their shoulders.

The Youth Forum has also taken note of adverts that said that President Mahathir Mohammed of Malaysia left office after twenty years he left a more prosperous nation than the President Rawlings left behind after twenty years, and wishes to bring to the notice of the NPP and all Ghanaians the destructive roles of the leadership of the NPP, including persons like J. H. Mensah, Mr. J. A. Kufuor, Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe, Asamoah Boateng and others, in actively canvassing investors not to invest in Ghana.

The very persons who frustrated the speedy development of this country, are today the ones blaming others, the hypocrites that they are.

We call on the good people of this country to reject them with a resounding victory for the NDC.

Vote NDC, Vote Prof. Mills, Vote a Better Ghana.

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