POLITICS: Akufo-Addo Makes A Case For Second Term
President Akufo-Addo has said he is seeking a second term based on the Conviction that he had fulfilled his promises to the people of Ghana.
The President said this while addressing traditional and religious leaders as well as party faithful during the manifesto launch of John Peter Amewu, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for the Hohoe Constituency.
"I cannot come to you just for promises, I have to come to you on my records. What I have done in these four years as President of the Republic ".
The president said the question Ghanaians had to ask themselves was " have I remained faithful to you and stood by my commitment to you? And if so that I have done these, then you can look upon me as a man of integrity ".
"You can look upon me as a man who keeps his word, a man who fulfills his promises, you can continue to trust me that the next four years is even going to be better than what we have gone through ".
President Akufo-Addo said, "I will not make any commitments to you that I cannot fulfill. I will never do that to the people of Ghana".
Mr. John Peter Amewu, the parliamentary candidate of the New patriotic party for the Hohoe constituency in this year's elections, called on the electorate to endorse his candidature and that of president Akufo-Addo in this year's polls for more development and transformation of lives of women, the youth and children.
Deputy Minister of Information, Pius Enam Hadzide, said the president had justified the confidence reposed in him in 2016 and it was only fitting that he is given another term to continue the development projects in the country.
"On December 7, when you get to the ballot box, vote for president Akufo-Addo on number one, and when you are done, pick the parliamentary form and vote for Mr. John Peter-Amewu".
Story by Rodney Tsenuokpor