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22-Jul-2012  
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A deputy Minister of Information, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has counseled the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to stick with the 'all die be die' slogan since Ghanaians know them for that and stay away from the ‘People matter, You matter’ slogan.

The two main political parties are at war over the ownership of the campaign slogan ‘People matter, You matter’ after both parties mysteriously came out with the same slogan around the same time for the December elections.

Speaking at the campaign launch of Nii Lantey Vanderpuije at Bukom Square in the Odododiodoo constituency, Okudzeto Ablakwa asked the NPP to be creative and come out with a different slogan since the 'People mater, You matter' is the bonafide property of the NDC.

“NPP has been going round making noise, accusing us of taking taken their slogan – “People matter, you matter” they cannot confuse Ghanaians because everybody knows their slogan – “all die be die”.

“Those who say “all die be die” can’t say that they care for the people they want to die. People cannot matter to you when you say all die be die. For us the people matter and you matter”.

According to the deputy Information Minister, the NDC is poised to win the 2012 elections "one-touch". He said the good works and massive projects by the Mills led administration will make Ghanaians endorse President Mills’ second term bid.

“NDC is winning the 2012 elections “one-touch.” Today is the President’s birthday and we are very happy to gather here as one family. Next year by this time we’ll all be happy to have him as our president and celebrate his first six months in office”.

“We must not allow the NPP to win the Odododiodioo constituency. We are going into this election to win because we have worked very hard. You can see the good works of the President. We will win the elections because we have carried out our mandate with all manner of transparency”.

Okudzeto Ablakwa further described the NPP as a party of contradictions, adding that Ghanaians must not entrust the future of this country into their hands since they failed to fulfill their promises when they were in power.

“The NPP is a party of contradictions. You can’t rely on their promises. In 2007 they said over 77% of their manifesto promises had been fulfilled but we will not allow them to deceive us again.

“They said they will construct rail line from South to Burkina Faso and it never happened. So if today, they are promising free SHS and Zongo Development find we can’t trust them”.
 
 
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