Thursday, October 23, 2008

Vote NDC to complete its developmental agenda — Bondzie

The Effutu Constituency Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Kojo Asmah Bondzie, today said the NDC is the only political party after Dr Kwame Nkrumah CPP that has witnessed major developments in Ghana.
    For that reason he said, Ghanaians must vote to return the NDC to power to continue its development plans.
    Mr Bondzie, who was addressing a rally at Essuekyir, a suburb of Winneba, said under the NDC regime, a number of development projects including roads, electricity, and potable water, among others, took place in every part of the country.
    He said because Dr Nkrumah was a selfless leader, who had the development of the nation at heart, he did not own any personal property in any part of the country with state resources.
    Mr Bondzie noted that "some leaders and officials of Ghana have not been truthful to the people over the years and this has brought untold hardships to Ghanaians".
    The NDC Chairman reminded Ghanaians to go through the records and assess the economic state of Ghana before the NPP assumed the reigns of government.
    Mr Bondzie recalled that the NDC under Jerry John Rawlings saw major economic transformation, which improved the economic well-being of the people.
    He wondered why the price of crude oil had been reduced drastically on the global market but had not reflected on the local market and urged government to reduce the price.
    Mr Bondzie appealed to the electorate not to sell their conscience but rather exercise their franchise without fear and or favour.
    The vice-chairman of the party Lieutenant Osardu urged members of the party to be vigilant and expose any electoral mal-practices during the elections.
    He called on supporters of the party to redouble their efforts and canvass vigorously for more votes for the NDC to win power.

No comments: