Interior minister vows to ensure peaceful polls

The Minister of the Interior, Prosper Douglas Bani, has expressed his commitment to making sure that the security of the country is not compromised during, before and after the December 7 election.

He stated that all the necessary measures had been put in place to have a peaceful and incident-free election.

Mr. Bani was addressing the National Democratic Congress (NDC) branch and constituency executives of Kpando during the outdooring of their campaign task force at Kpando.

The 15-member body has been tasked to come out with a strategy to canvass for more votes for President Mahama and the Parliamentary candidate so that the party could increase its victory gap by one million votes.

Mr. Bani said there was no need to fight because of politics, adding that disturbances would only destroy the gains made in the past.

He, therefore, called on the citizenry to obey the electoral rules of the National Electoral Commission for peace to prevail, warning that anyone wishing to foment trouble would face the law.

He urged the people of Kpando to continue to support the government as they had been doing, for more development projects.

The Deputy Volta Regional Minister, Francis Ganyaglo, explained that the region had been divided into three zones, north, central and south and the regional campaign task force was going round to form constituency task forces that would prosecute the campaign of the party at the branch levels.

He enumerated the achievements of the NDC government which he said had never happened before but only under the NDC and asked the people to come out on December 7 to vote massively for the party.

The Municipal Chief Executive, Delali Adinyirah, said Kpando had got its share of development projects and urged the people to be always thankful to President Mahama.

Mr. Egypt Kudoto, Volta Regional Youth Organiser, stated that the party is poised for the election and would meet the NPP boot for boot.

The constituency chairman, Killian Donkor, assured the supporters that NDC will win 95 per cent of the votes cast for the President and the parliamentary candidate.

He said NDC was more united in the constituency than before  and nothing can stop them as the stronghold of the NDC from winning the December 7, election.

From Kafui  Gati, Kpando

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