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The Chief of the Prestea Traditional Area in the Western Region, Nana Ntaboah Prah IV, has endorsed the second term bid of President John Dramani Mahama.
Nana Ntaboah says the government has done enough to deserve a second term and he is therefore urging the people of Prestea to vote for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the upcoming December 7 general elections.
The chief of Prestea endorsed the President when Vice President K. B Amissah-Arthur, paid a courtesy call on him at his palace to kick start his four day campaign tour of the Western region on Tuesday.
According to Nana Ntaboah “President Mahama when re-elected would be able to take Ghana to the promise land, considering the work he has done in his first term.
"I am assuring President Mahama of my total commitment and support that we will not disappoint him in the upcoming December 7 elections. I will also entreat my people to come out in their numbers and vote to enable him continue his good works," the Chief said.
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My Dear Brothers and Sisters, We are winning the race! Only God knows the full extent of my gratitude to the good people of Ghana. For giving me, John Dramani Mahama, the rare opportunity to serve you as President, I remain humbled and eternally grateful. Every passing day has come with its own challenges but I must say on the balance, our collective gains have been overwhelming. These gains could certainly not have been possible without the blessings of our God Almighty, your patriotism, sense of duty and dedication to the development and economic progress of Ghana. It is these attributes that have propelled me when the going got tough. I stayed focused, listened to your suggestions, took responsibility as your leader and pursued the Agenda for Transformation notwithstanding the adverse global and domestic environment, which greeted the beginning of my administration in 2013. The fall in commodity prices; almost a year-long election petition, which ended up with the Supreme Court of Ghana upholding the true will of the people; the market fires and the inferno at the Central Medical Stores in Tema among others, are just a few of the obstacles we overcame. For example, as a result of the fire that gutted the Central Medical Stores, we lost the strategic stock of medications including food supplements for children and pregnant women. Ghana is up and Rising. In our difficult moments, my government has shown sensitivity to the plight of the Ghanaian. Till this date, my appointees and I have taken pay cuts to support efforts to reduce maternal and child mortality. A directive to provide government vehicles with specialised number plates (green) is being implemented. Apart from this, ministers and political appointees were migrated onto the prepaid metering system for electricity supply and billing. As a social democratic party in government we have taken steps to rationalise the anomalies in the Electricity Company’s billing system to the relief of consumers. Recently, students’ loans have been reviewed upwards with an enhanced package for fresh students and the producer price of cocoa has been increased to an all-time high.