The Minister of Trade and Industry, Ekow Spio-Garbrah says government has laid down a strong economic foundation for the growth of the country and urged all Ghanaians to renew the mandate of President Mahama to enable him continue to deliver on his good policies.
He said many pro-poor policies and programs including considerable physical development projects have been initiated by government to improve on the livelihoods of many Ghanaians.
He was speaking at the campaign launch of the Member of Parliament for Nanton at Zogu.
Mr. Spio-Garbrah reiterated the need for unity to prevail among the constituents and entreated those who feel they are aggrieved to bury their differences for the sake of the party.
He called on the members of the party to work hard to ensure that the party wins both the Parliamentary and the Presidential elections in the Constituency.
The MP, who is also the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Murtala Ibrahim said within his two year tenure of office as MP, the Constituency had recorded unprecedented development projects.
He said the construction of a number of school projects, health facilities, market structure, the provision of boreholes and Rural Electrification Projects are part of his initiatives in the constituency.
He said apart from lobbying and facilitating with other government agencies such as the Ministry of Power, he has used his own resources to finance many of the projects.
Dignitaries who graced the occasion include, Ghana Ambassador to Saudi Arabia and the Middle East, Alhaji Saeed Sinare, Deputy Minister of communication, Felix Kwakye Offosu, Deputy Minister of Power, John Jinapor and some party executives among others.