The Sports Minister and Member of Parliament for the Odododiodioo Constituency, Hon. Nii Lantey Vanderpuye has reiterated the need for Ghanaians to vary promises made by Political parties and bigwigs to make a decisive judgment on the 7th December when Ghana goes to the polls to elect a president.
“I believe Ghanaians are discerning and can attest to promises that are realistic and that of Campaign gimmicks, which obviously President John Dramani Mahama has proved himself worthy of managing the affairs of the country with his charisma and innovative ideas”.
“The President Mahama and the NDC promised Ghanaians of good leadership, Infrastructural development, Employment, good roads, Health Care amongst many which I believe Ghanaians are witnessing today and still yet to witness more” Speaking with Newslinegh, Hon. Nii Lantey Vanderpuye made this disclosure.
Winning the heart and sympathy of your people does not necessarily require using gimmicks and over-concocted words to insight them into dancing to your tune. It’s all about promising what is feasible and also backing it up with realistic evidence to your claim of being a visionary leader, of which President John Dramani Mahama and the NDC have been an obvious resort.
“God is on our side and will never forsake John Mahama and the NDC because he loves the humble, and President Mahama is just a true epitome of humility and knows what it is to respect the plights and needs of Ghanaians without toiling with their intelligence”.
As we go to the polls tomorrow, I ask all Ghanaians to make a rightful decision, a decision that will bring forth a brighter and promising future, a decision which will empower and benefit generations to come, and that special decision to ensure that President John Dramani Mahama is retained to continue the lives transformation cyclone that we all are witnesses to it.
Just join the winning team and let’s give Ghana a deserving President who has the fear of God in him and a traits of good leadership, which is no other than the President of the Republic of Ghana, President John Dramani Mahama. He urged.
By: Blessing Roselyn Boateng