Paga (UER), Dec 19, GNA - Ms Benedicta Kawe Nabare, Upper East Regional Deputy Women's Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), on Monday said the party would return to power in 2008 to continue with its unfinished development agenda. She advised supporters and sympathisers of the party to remain united and stay focused towards winning the 2008 elections convincingly to bring good governance to the good people of Ghana. Ms Nabare was speaking to the GNA in an interview at Paga on Monday. She said there was good will in the NDC that needed to be fully unravelled with its second coming in 2009 and that the change of power in 2000 was an eye opener for Ghanaians who could now compare between the two parties and make better choices in the December 2008 polls.
Ms Nabare said the NDC was the best alternative party and asked Ghanaians to say no to NPP and return the NDC to power to salvage the economic predicament that "the NPP had plunged the country into". "Fighting corruption was high on the NPP government agenda when it first assumed office but now even the President cannot tell Ghanaians the level at which the canker had been fought," she said.