NDC Won 2012 Election Fairly

President John Mahama has asked supporters and activists of the NDC not to be deterred by the ongoing presidential election petition hearing at the Supreme Court, as the party won the general elections fairly and squarely.

He said at the end of the day, the Supreme Court’s verdict would show that “we won cleanly in a free and fair election.”
President Mahama was addressing executives and some members of the NDC at the party’s headquarters in Accra yesterday, on the occasion of the 21st anniversary of the formation of the NDC.

Around 5.45pm, the President made an entry into the party’s headquarters and was welcomed by NDC stalwarts including Dr. Kwabena Adjei, National Chairman and Johnson Asiedu Nketia, General Secretary.

With the 2012 general election campaign tunes booming at the background, President Mahama received cheers from scores of party supporters who had thronged the precinct of the NDC head office.

The President commended the party activists for working assiduously to ensure a resounding electioneering victory and cautioned them against resting on their oars, since the party was undertaking branches elections and re-organising its support base.

“I will encourage you to continue with the good work in the interest of our party,” he stated, noting that a stronger party base would be a contributory factor in the success of the government.

President Mahama told the party leadership that he found it necessary to visit the headquarters and to solidarise with the party activists who not only worked hard during the electioneering campaign but also continue to keep the party organised and strong.

Dr. Kwabena Adjei told the President that the executives and supporters appreciated his visit, which he said, would afford them the opportunity to discuss issues concerning the party.

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