Unite And Support Government To Build A Better Ghana- Kofi Adams

A Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, Mr. Kofi Adams has called on the rank and file of the party rally behind the Mahama-led administration to deliver to advance the Better Ghana Agenda it promised in it 2012 manifesto. Mr. Adams, who is also the Spokesperson of Former President Jerry John Rawlings stated that it will be in the best interest of the ruling government if all supporters of the party contribute their quota in diverse ways in assisting the President in spurring the growth and development of the country. The deputy scribe said this when he addressed a gathering of NDC constituency executives from the KRACHI EAST and WEST and KPASA CONSTITUENCIES in the northern part of the Volta region, as part of the party’s outreach to solicit views of its members ahead of its impending constitutional amendment. Whiles taking advantage to explain the government policy programs to the NDC faithful, Mr. Adams noted that the government is doing all it can whisk the country from the canker of economic deprivation that the country currently finds itself. He revealed that the national executives of the party are all over the country holding similar events nationwide because of its importance to rebuilding a stronger and united party as a result of which he called on party loyalist to eschew all divisive tendencies and unit with a common purpose. On issues of governance, Mr Adams attributed some of the challenges the nation is facing today as a results of irresponsible leadership exhibited by the NPP during its eight years in power and stated that the NDC could have been a bit drastic in dealing with some of the issues when it took over power in 2009. He touched on the leakages in the revenue generation process which he said was orchestrated by certain elements within the NPP and how the president is taking steps to curb all those leakages. The Deputy General Secretary told the gathering how the presidential task force was able to recently expose some corrupt underhand dealings at bonded warehouses which was denying the nation 700 million Ghana cedis.