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01-Oct-2012  
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President John Dramani Mahama has urged NDC party supporters to work hard to win the December general elections in memory of the late President John Mills.

Addressing his supporters upon arrival from the UN General Assembly in the United States of America, President Mahama indicated that he will make the needed impact with only one tour across the nation unlike what other political parties are doing.

In apparent reference to Nana Addo’s ‘restore hope tour’ of the country,the NDC flagbearer said: “We have exactly nine weeks to the elections. Some of our opponents have gone round the country seven times but we will go round just once and win the elections. From here, let us all go back to our regions, constituencies and wherever we have influence and campaign hard so that come December 7, we must win these elections for Professor John Evans Atta Mills.”

He also stated that he will respond to allegations of corruption leveled against him while he was away. The NPP recently held a press briefing where the party accused the President of corrupt acts by inferences.

But President Mahama mentioned that he will use the launch of the party’s manifesto on Thursday to respond to the questions raised by the NPP. “While I was away, I heard some press conferences went on. We will launch our manifesto on Thursday and give people a fitting response on what our program in education is. There are some people who have just one message to the people and that is what they keep repeating” President Mahama said.

He further mentioned that also noted that the NDC would not only move the country forward in one sector but in countless ways as well saying, “we are going to move the country forward in several sectors. Our program in education is practical and fitting so let all of us go back and work to carry on a decent campaign and we will win the elections legitimately, fairly and cleanly.”

“We have prepared for it and therefore do not want any disruptions in the electoral process”, he added.
 
 
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