The Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Former President John Dramani Mahama, says his gathering’s political battle towards the 2020 Presidential and Parliamentary races will be founded on the reputation and accomplishments of the NDC.
The Former President underlined that “The current year’s battle would be issue based, it will be crusade of records, we will look at our records and we will think about the records of our companions and choose.”
Mr Mahama said this in a discourse conveyed for his benefit by Mr Peter Boamah Otokonor, the Deputy General Secretary of the NDC at the yearly Danjuar celebration of the Bimobas of Garu and Tempane Districts of the Upper East Region.
The celebration, which was described by wonderful showcase of the way of life of the Bimoba individuals, was on the subject: “Putting resources into Bimoba Land: The Role of Government, Chiefs and Stakeholders.”
Mr Mahama said while they would look at and crusading on issues, they would likewise be tuning in to the individuals through the “Stand up visit” which manages conventional Ghanaians the chance to address the issues that stood up to them.
He said in the event that he was reappointed as President, “It won’t be just my insight and experience that I will use to take care of your issues, yet I will take advantage of your insight, aptitudes, accessibility and experience to all in all change your lives.”
As indicated by the NDC pioneer, Bimoba region had seen “so much help and cooperation from the NDC, especially from our Founder, Former President Jerry John Rawlings, and the historical backdrop of the region can’t be told without the NDC.”
He said the NDC was not neglectful of the financial issues of the individuals and had demonstrated greater duty towards the serene conjunction, monetary and social improvement of the territory than some other government in the fourth republic.
Mr Mahama said his organization did “amazing work in the Bimoba land; basic among the improvements that we have done right now the Tamne Irrigation Dam, and we are on the whole likewise mindful that the Bolga-Bawku-Pulmakom street would have been finished at this point if the NDC was in government.”
He said the zone had gotten a lot of the Community Day Senior High School (E-Block).
“Inside the most recent four years that the NDC was in government, we fabricated 25 homeroom squares. At the point when the NDC got down to business in 2009, just five schools were on the School Feeding Program. Under the NDC government, 100 percent of the considerable number of schools in Garu and Tempane are on the School Feeding Program.”
The Former President asked the individuals to move in the direction of keeping up harmony in the zone, “Harmony isn’t just the nonattendance of contention or war, harmony is the nearness of opportunity, equity and the completion of genuine ability to speak freely. We can’t endanger the harmony that we have had the option to work throughout the years for this nation.”