We will not promise heaven but equitable progress – Naana Jane

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The vice presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang says the party’s manifesto does not promise heaven but practicable progress.
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According to the NDC Running mate, the 2020 election is about meaningful progress and development that is inclusive and serves every Ghanaian.

She is convinced the NDC has proven in it’s time under John Dramani Mahama, that it can be trusted to develop the country.

Prof. Opoku Agyemang was addressing the chiefs and people of Akim Akroso as part of her tour of the Eastern region.

The NDC Running mate said the footprints of the four years of President Mahama was evident in all parts of the country.

She cited the main road through Akim Akroso which was awarded under the John Mahama administration but was stopped by the Akufo-addo led administration as evidence of John Mahama’s commitment to developing every part of Ghana.

Prof. Opoku-Agyemang said the NDC under former president Mahama also showed that it was not selective in the allocation of development projects.

She said the NDC believes that every part of Ghana deserves development and would focus on deprived areas and completing all abandoned projects immediately it assumes office in January 2021.

The NDC Running mate therefore urged the people to vote wisely by voting for John Mahama to ensure the progress of Ghana.

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