I’m convinced we are winning – Bagbin
Majority leader, Alban Kingsford Bagbin is convinced the NDC will win the December 7 general elections.
According to him, given the mammoth crowd overflowing the boundaries of the Central region, he is confident President Mahama will remain in office. National Organizer and National Campaign Coordinator, Kofi Adams currently address the gathering.
“We have here our Chairman and General Secretary who were elected by you at the congress. We have elected our President and Parliamentary candidates in records time.
On the other side, we see a party that isspecialised in suspension, intimidation, confusion, deception, brutality, a party that is specialised in acidification.
President Mahama has set a record. His performance in four years is unprecedented. This country moves only when the NDC is in power. Kofi Adams leaves the stage to shouts of ‘JM To aso.
Three ordinary Ghanaians have been invited to share their testimonies of how the Mahama government has transformed their lives.
The first was a lady who gave her name as Maame Esi from Abura Asebu inthe Central region. She said her life has been transformed through Masloc.
Another gentleman, Mr Blay who hails from Cape Coast said he now now provide for his family because Masloc helped him buy a taxi.
A disabed from Ellembele called Mr. Otu said he was able to get a tricycle through Masloc and have now stopped begging inthe streets.
He urged his fellow disabled men and women to support President Mahama to have their lives transformed.
Central Regional Minister, Kweku Ricketts Hagan unofficially welcoming the President and his wife, Lordina Mahama and all the NDC faithfuls to the region.
“This Cape Coast staduim we are stadning in and other projects are all because of President Mahama’ he stated.
Also present is vice president Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur and his wife, Matilda.
Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hanna Tetteh says government through infrastructure development has created a lot of jobs nationwide. However, she noted that, its completion is not guaranteed should the opposition NPP win the December 7elections.
Therefore, Hanna Tetteh charged NDC members to work hard to ensure their legacy is protected and President Mahama is retained in power.
The Cape Coast sport staduim is agog following the arrival of President John Mahama for the NDC’s campaign launch.
He is expected to address party faithful and the entire nation on his achievements and why they must retain him in power.
Minister for Employment for Labour Relations, Haruna Iddrisu says President Mahama has the key to lead Ghana to the promise land.
According to him, all the things being promised by the flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) is being done by President Mahama.
“When Nana Addo promises, John Mahama commits” he told the ecstatic supports of the NDC at the Cape Coast sports stadium.
General Secretary of NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia being ushered to his seat.
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