General News of Thursday, 22 September 2016
Source: Maxwell Addo
Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has stated that the achievement of President Mahama is unprecedented in the four years he has been of office.
He made the statement when he called on the Zongo chiefs of Nkawkaw as part of his three days visit to the region.
He said the objective of the NDC is to support the vulnerable and deprived to also climb the socio-economic development ladder. And that The NDC government, he said is also focused on bridging the development gap between the urban and rural communities.
The Vice President further stated that the government is determined to do this in collaboration with the people by equally distributing the national resources even to remotest part of the country.
Vice President Amissah-Arthur said the Zongo community is a place he calls a home to the NDC looking at the relationship with them over the years. He used the occasion to call on them to give the NDC and John Mahama a resounding victory come December 2016 for continuity.
He used the occasion to introduce the NDC Parliamentary candidate for the area Taminu Halidu to the chiefs in order to vote for him. On his part the, Sariki Zongo, Chief of Nkawkaw-Abdul Nasser Usman lauded government for the numerous initiatives and development that they have been witnesses to.
Adding that it’s the NDC that they know, so they would never turn their back on and therefore called on his people to vote massively for the NDC come December 2016.