Former President John Dramani Mahama
John Dramani Mahama, the presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), reaffirmed his personal and partisan commitment to the peaceful conduct of the elections from 7 to 12 June. December.
Mr Mahama gave this assurance when he politely called the Nielibolig-Naa Yakub Andani Dasana II, regent of the traditional district of Nanumba in his palace in Bimbilla, in the northern region.
This courtesy visit is part of a three-day run-off election of a presidential candidate in the northern region.
It noted the NDC’s commitment to hold peaceful elections in December. We are a peaceful people and that is why the NDC is looking forward to peaceful elections. We believe that the people of Ghana should be able to vote peacefully. And the will of the Ghanaian people should be reflected in the elections we will hold, he said.
So I can assure you that if there’s violence or unrest, it won’t come from the NDC. That’s why I encourage all our citizens to be active in their polling stations. The owner of your polling station should not think you can relax and go to bed just because voters and party representatives are watching the polls.
Let us all be attentive and vigilant in our polling stations, so that no one comes to disturb the elections and thus prevent our votes from being cast.
The presidential candidate told Nielibolig Naa that he was blessed to know his father and to have worked closely with him. He added, and thanked you for the cooperation I have had with you as President to ensure peace and unity in the traditional region of Nanumba.
I am glad that we are still living in peace and unity today and I hope that all the outstanding issues that create peace in Nanung will be resolved so that Nanung can move forward as quickly as it deserves.
Mr. Mahama said that they work together on different things in the traditional district of Nanung.
When the NDC was in government, it was carrying out many development projects, including electrification, he said, saying he was honored to be the one who commissioned the bimbil water system, which now faces some challenges.
He said it was necessary to expand the water network in Bimbil because the population is increasing astronomically.
Today we continue along the eastern Corridor Road, which is a very important road not only for the inhabitants of Bimbila, but also for the whole traditional district of Nanung.
Unfortunately, most of these projects have reached an impasse since the NDC left the office. And in four years time the bimbila and the traditional area of Nanung have barely developed, he said.
I hope and pray that the people of this district will support the NDC in the coming elections so that the NDC can return and continue the good work it did before it left.
M. Mahama said it was clear that the policies of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) had done nothing but promise and much talk without action.
Four years of nuclear power plant management have been characterized by difficulties, lack of development, lack of expansion of electricity supply, lack of additional water supply systems, hospitals, schools, roads, markets, in fact, have slowed development, he said.
It is also characterised by high youth unemployment. They could not invest in solutions that would give our young people a chance to get a job in the world of work, Mr Mahama said.
Mahama called on Ghanaians to vote for the return of the NDC to power so that it can continue its good work.
The presidential candidate will be accompanied in a three-day pre-election round by key party officials, including Professor Joshua Alabi, Coordinator of the National Campaign, Osofo Azorka, leader of the NDC, Haruna Iddrisu, the national vice president of the NDC, Julius Debra, former chief of staff of the presidential administration, Alhaji Huudu Yahya, member of the NDC elders council, members of the party parliament and former state ministers.
Nielibolig-Naaa Yakubu Andani Dasan II wished the presidential candidate success in the elections of 7 years. December.
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