Veep calls on foot soldiers to intensify campaign

Vice President Amissah-Arthur  addressing the rally.

Vice President Amissah-Arthur addressing the rally.

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has called on the foot soldiers of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), to intensify their door-to- door campaign to ensure resounding victory for the President in the December 7 elections.

He urged the supporters to guard against complacency and work tirelessly until victory is achieved.

Vice President Amissah-Arthur was speaking to NDC supporters at the campaign launch of the NDC’s parliamentary candidate for Ahafo- Ano South East Constituency Chris Boadi-Mensah at Asuoadei in the Ahafo-Ano South District of the Ashanti Region.

He said NPP’s record in office in terms of infrastructural development compared to that of the NDC is nothing to write home about.

He urged the NDC supporters to target the floating voters and explain to them the party’s developmental and transformational agenda.

The Vice President noted that the President Mahama-led government has provided a lot of infrastructural development for the region in terms of health facilities, roads, water and education especially the day senior high schools.

Mr Amissah-Arthur stated that should President Mahama be given another four- year mandate by the people he would continue to do more.

He urged the electorate to vote for Mr Boadi-Mensah to become the Member of Parliament for Ahafo- Ano South East to complement the effort of President Mahama in Parliament to bring development to the community.

Nana Duruya Adarkwah, Chief of Asuoadei commended the government for the many infrastructural projects in the area.

He said most of the promises made by the government to the people in the area in terms of infrastructural projects are being provided while others are ongoing.

Nana Adarkwah urged Ghanaians to conduct themselves in an atmosphere of peace before, during and after the elections. -GNA

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