The member of Parliament for Wa East costituency, Godfred Bayong Tangu, has called on Ghanaians not to vote for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) because they lack vision to move the development agenda of the country forward.
He said Ghanaians would be using their own teeth to cut their own throat, if they made a mistake and voted the NDC back to power.
Mr Tangu made the call, when he interacted with NPP supporters at Funsi and Kundungu in the Sissala South area of the Wa East District.
He described this year's general elections as an "eye disease" which could not be hidden from the electorate.
He said the NPP government had brought a lot of development to the country for everybody to see and the electorate would justify it in their choice of voting come December 7.
Mr Tangu, who is also a Minister of State at the Ministry of Transport, reminded people in the constituency of the past, when they could not travel to Wa, the Regional capital, due to poor road networks.
He said the NPP government had created a District for the people and had worked hard to improve the road network in the area.
The Upper West Regional Minister, Mr George Hikah Benson who accompanied the MP, said fighting was not part of politics and urged Ghanaians to vote massively for the NPP for more developments.
He gave the assurance that the district capital, Funsi would soon be connected to the national electricity grid, while the town roads would also be tarred.
Mr Benson advised people in the district to remain united and pooled resources to develop the area.
At Kundungu, Kuoru Bakuli appealed to the government to rehabilitate roads and the Bailey bridge between Yala and Kundungu to facilitate the movement of goods and services.