December Elections belong to NDC – Kwofie

npp_ndc_2006.jpgMr Paul Raymond Kwofie, the defeated National Democratic Congress (NDC)
Parliamentary Candidate for Prestea-Huni Valley Constituency in the
Western Region has predicted that, this year’s general elections
belonged to the NDC.

year’s elections belong to the NDC but that will materialize only when
the party faithful get more people to register and vote for the party
on the day of elections.”

Mr Kwofie urged the supporters of the
party to take full advantage of the registration exercise to ensure
that they acquired the “passport” to vote in the December 7 elections
to bring the party back to power.

He appealed to them not to be complacent when the voters’ register was re-opened for eligible voters to check their names.

Kwofie, who is also the Chairman of the Communication Department of the
party at the Obuasi Constituency, charged polling station agents to be
extra vigilant on the day of voting to “nib any rigging attempt in the

He said the party was blessed with visionary leadership
in the duo of Professor John Evans Atta Mills and John Dramani Mahama
and that, what was left was for all party activists and sympathizers to
join hands in giving the needed support that would bring back the party
to power.

“The party has got two good leaders whose
campaigns are based on issues and not insults. Two leaders who are
competent, intelligent and knowledgeable in contemporary politics”, he

Mr Kwofie said gone were the days when politicians relied
on campaigns of lies, slandering and negative tricks to win elections,
stressing “this time Ghanaians are wide awake and they know the real
socio-economic conditions in the country and so nobody can take them
for granted in the name of politics.”

He appealed to Ghanaians
to rally behind the party’s flag-bearer, his running mate and the
parliamentary candidates so that “we can achieve the new hope and new
Ghana devoid of armed robbery, drug trafficking, high utility tariffs,
harsh living conditions and what have you.”

Source: GNA