He indicated that every convention and law passed to promote their wellbeing and safety were fully implemented.
He said this when he addressed various disability groups at separate meetings in Antoakrom, Bekwai, Jachie and Akumadan in the Ashanti Region.
It formed part of his six-day election campaign tour of the region to woo voters ahead of the coming general election.
Mr. Greenstreet said when he gets the nod Ghanaians were going to enjoy free public transport ride, free healthcare and free education up to the tertiary level.
He used the visit to inaugurate a water project he single-handedly funded to provide uninterrupted water for trainees at the Jachie Training Centre for the Disable.
He also donated 100 bags of cement to the Akumadan Rehabilitation Centre.
He gave the assurance that a CPP administration would initiate good policies to make life better for every Ghanaian and appealed to the people to vote massively for the party.
Mr. Greenstreet advised all registered voters to check that their names were on the electoral roll to avoid being disenfranchised.
Mr. Kingsford Manu, Amansie West District Chairman of the Ghana Federation of Disabled, promised to support the party to victory.