Vice President Kwasi Amissah Arthur has urged supporters of the NDC to go to town and remove clothes covering the faces of opponents of the Mahama-led adminitration, which is making it impossible for them to see the several developmental projects executed by government across the country.
According to him, opponents of the NDC have refused to acknowledge the massive developmental projects being done by the NDC government as they have caused their own blindness.
The Vice President made the statement today (Saturday) while addressing supporters of the party at a campaign launch by the NDC parliamentary candidate for Fanteakwa South, Abigail Elorm Mensah at Bososo in the Eastern region as he ends his three day tour of the Eastern region.
He asserted that the projects executed by government are putting monies indirectly into the pockets of Ghanaian contrary to claims by detractors of the government.
“All these numerous things we are doing people claim they have not seen them. If you deliberately blindfold yourself you surely cannot see the good things going on. We are urging you to go to town and remove the cloths from the faces of our opponents so they can see the good works of President John Mahama. There are many developmental projects going on across the country, if our detractors say they can’t see, make sure they can see clearly by removing their blindfolds. You are to do door to door, room to room, community to community campaigns, where ever people claim they can’t see John Mahama’s good work go there and let them know.”