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NDC continuing with Nkrumah''s good work - Sekou 8/15/2007
Accra, Aug. 14, GNA - Mr. Sekou Nkrumah, son of Ghana''s first President, has said it was only the National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration which had been able to continue with a sense of commitment to the good works that Dr Kwame Nkrumah left uncompleted.

He said that the policies of NDC were in line with those of Dr. Nkrumah and urged the NDC supporters not to be detracted by the negative and unconstructive criticism of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) but continue the good work Former President Jerry John Rawlings was doing for the country.

Mr. Sekou Nkrumah was speaking at the weekend at the inauguration of the Ablekuma Central Constituency Youth Working Committee of the NDC. He said the transformation process the NDC was undergoing would not only broaden and deepen and encourage grassroots participation but would also contribute to the emergence of a new Ghanaian who eschews corruption, greed and avarice.

He said the nation, under the leadership of Professor Atta Mills would ensure that an enabling environment was created and sustained to allow all to achieve their fullest potentials.

Mr. Haruna Iddrissu, National Youth Organiser of the NDC has warned the ruling NPP government and their supporters not to do anything that would inflame passions during and after the 2008 general elections. He cited an example where Mr. Jake Obetsebi Lamptey usurped the work of the Electoral Commission (EC) by going on air to announce electoral results contrary to the laws of the land.

He said; "I will also go on the air to announce a counter results, come 2008 if he made an attempt to repeat it," adding that the NDC was not going to tolerate any Jake Obetsebi Lamptey''s declaration anymore, but would play according to the rules of the game to ensure genuine victory, come 2008.

Mr. Iddrissu expressed the optimism that not a single vote in the Ablekuma Central Constituency would bypass NDC to any group, come 2008, stressing that this could only be possible if, "you assured me that you would be vigilant at your various polling stations," he told the supporters.

Mr Courage Balon, Constituency Youth Organiser urged the supporters to be vigilant at all the 106 polling stations in the constituency.

Source:
GNA



 
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