Kofi Adams, the Campaign Co-ordinator of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has tasked the various campaign teams of the party to work hard and ensure victory for President John Mahama and the parliamentary candidates.
He further appealed to members and other supporters of the NDC to actively participate in the campaign in order to achieve the desired results in the upcoming general election.
Mr. Adams, who is also the National Organiser of the party, was speaking at the launch of the Agona West NDC campaign team at Agona Swedru.
Samuel Mpota, Agona West NDC Constituency Chairman, is the campaign manager and Samuel Oppong, the Metropolitan Chief Executive of Agona West, the campaign co-ordinator.
The launch also coincided with the inauguration of the Central Regional Campaign Taskforce and the occasion was graced by Vice President Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur and other past and present ministers of state.
Mr. Adams tasked the team to work hard to ensure that the more than 60 per cent win, promised by the people of the Western Region for President Mahama and the party’s presidential candidate in the December 2016 polls, come into fruition.
Mr. Bernard Allotey Jacobs, the Central Regional Chairman of the NDC, called on party members to take the task seriously and go the extra mile to defeat the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) at the polls.
He said the Central Region was poised to win 20 parliamentary seats for the NDC including the Effutu, Upper Denkyira West and East and Assin South in the upcoming elections.
Kweku Ricketts-Hagan, the Central Regional Minister, urged the regional campaign taskforce to work even harder in areas where the NDC’s performance was low.
Charles Obeng-Inkoom, the Member of Parliament for Agona West and the party’s parliamentary candidate, said the government, led by President Mahama, had done well for Agona West and there was the need to give them the mandate to continue with the good work.
Other speakers were Mrs. Ama Benyiwa Doe, former Central Regional Minister, Mrs. Faustina Nelson, former NDC executive member, and Solomon Nkansah, the NDC Communications Director.