President John Evans Atta Mills has charged Ghanaians to judge his administration after four years before they criticize his government for bringing hardship into the country within eight months.
President Mils was speaking at this year’s Cape Coast Fetu Afahye; where he expressed the hope that after his four years administration, he would surprise all his critics who he added on a light note would even ask him to be President forever.
The President was given a tumultuous welcome at the Victoria Park, venue for the durbar, as his motorcade displayed brilliant motorcycle riding skills to heighten the already frenzy mood. The police had a hectic time controlling the joyful crowd who wanted to have a glimpse of the President. Asafo Companies, who are traditional warriors, drummed and danced to welcome their hero wearing T-shirts that had the image of President Mills embossed on them.
He called on Ghanaians to put their political affiliation aside and come together as patriotic citizens to support him in order to move the nation forward since he cannot rule the country without their support. He promised to work hard to meet the public’s expectation as the President of the Republic of Ghana. He urged the public to be truthful in everything they do so as to help the country develop.
Touching on the three broken bridges in the Central Region, he promised to renovate the collapsing bridges in the region including Bakaano Bridge in Cape Coast which has prevented people to embark on their business as well as students and workers who board two separate vehicles before they reach their destination.
President Mills assured the people in Central Region that he would never turned his back on them, adding that, he would make sure that the region developed to their expectations.
He thanked the seven Asafo Companies in Cape Coast, Chiefs and people of the ancient capital for giving him a rousing welcome in his home region and appealed to them to continue to support him in prayers in order to find his work easy.
Source: The Daily Dispatch
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