The Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has called on the people of Kumbungu in the Northern Region to vote for a party that believes in unity and development not a decisive party. This reason should motivate the electorates to vote massively for the NDC in the 2016 elections.
He said continuity is key and that the NDC party is a development oriented party. Should President Mahama be maintained, he explains it would enable his administration to finish with it good works in the area.
He described President Mahama as a very peaceful persona who believes in unity and peace. He also described him as someone who isn’t divisive and has demonstrated in the NDC by uniting all members in the party.
He noted there is a vast difference in development that has taken place in Kumbungu now compared to the year 200 when the NPP was in power. He stated that the NDC government would construct a better road for the people in order to improve the life of the people and the transportation of perishable goods to the market.
He used the opportunity to urge the people to vote massively for the NDC’s candidate for the area, Ras Mubarak during the elections.
On his part, the Paramount Chief of the Kumbungu Traditional Area- Kumbungu Naa Iddrisu Abu, said he has witnessed continuous development under the NDC administration in his area.
He said so the massive infrastructure development that he has witnessed under the NDC in the area is unprecedented and laudable.
He also asked for God's blessings for the president and his team.
The Vice President also called on the Chief of Gbulun Laana Suleimana Aminu and his people and urged them to vote massively for the NDC in order to compliment the good works of President Mahama.
He advised them to shun skirt and blouse voting since they've seen the outcome of such voting pattern. On his part Gbulun Naa said he prays the NDC wins in order to continue with the good works that they have started for the area.
Source: Maxwell Okamafo Addo/ email: [email protected]
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