President Mahama contends the Supreme Divine who ordained him as president in 2012 has been generous to him explaining despite the many strikes embarked on by various worker groups against his government which could have ended the careers of other leaders, he’s braved them all.
Speaking to an enthusiastic crowd at Bortianor on his 3 day Greater Accra Regional campaign tour, candidate Mahama also cited how frequent power outages termed ‘dumsor’ threatened his government but worked tirelessly to contain the severest impact of the situation allowing citizens to enjoy fairly consistent power supply.
He noted, his grand scheme for the advancement of the state is a work in progress which will culminate in the radical transformation of the circumstance of citizens in the next four years when retained in power.
According to the NDC leader, the party’s manifesto is the definite blue print to bring increased prosperity for the people remarking having presented the highlights of his manifesto on Tuesday, the other political parties are now rushing to outdoor theirs.
He didn’t miss an opportunity to take a swipe at his rival, the NPP’s Nana Addo stating the democratic process should be conducted in a cordial environment without resorting to ‘All Die Be Die’ mindset.