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NDC will win in 2008 -NDC 8/23/2007
Agona Swedru (C/R), Aug 23, GNA - The Central Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Samuel Valis Akyianu, on Wednesday stated that the Party would win massively with next year''''s general election.

He said Ghanaians had now realised that life under the NDC administration was better than that of the ruling New Patriotic Party. Mr Akyianu made this assertion at Swedru during the vetting of two candidates who had filed their nominations to contest the Agona West Constituency parliamentary seat.

The two aspirants were Mr Samuel Kweku Tetteh, 65, a Lecturer at the University of Education, Winneba and Mr Ibrahim Zubero, 31, a Financial Consultant and Lecturer at Accra Polytechnic. Mr Akyianu called on all organs of the NDC to work harder than before to enable the Party win back power.

"The inscriptions are clear on the walls that NDC would emerge victorious in next year''''s general election, but we need hard work, dedication and commitment to achieve such feat," he said. He said held that Ghanaians would massively vote for NDC presidential candidate Professor John Evans Atta Mills in 2008 because he possessed the qualities to manage and lead the nation towards economic success.

Mr Akyianu cautioned constituency executives of the Party not to meddle in the campaign of the two candidates.

Source:
GNA

 
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