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NPP, CPP RUBBISH PRESIDENT MILLS CLAIMS THAT NDC WILL STAY FOR THE NEXT 16 YEARS


The shadow member of the Convention Peoples Party in charge of Political affairs, Ekow Duncan has rubbished the President claim that the NDC will stay in power for the next 16 years.

According to him, the President and his cabinet have failed the country which placed high hopes in them.

He says the current unemployment situation and the lack of direction exhibited by the government is enough for the NDC to be voted out of the government in 2012.

President Mills on his tour in the Upper East Region says  judging from the good work of his government, Ghanaians would give him another four years after his first tenure of office comes to an end in 2012, and then give the next NDC presidential candidate, who would take over from him, another eight years.

But Ekow Duncan explains that Ghanaians are the finally judges on which party to stay in power. He notes that Ghanaians are rather waiting for the CPP to win power in 2012 so that their dreams will be achieved.

Meanwhile, the national Youth Organiser of the NPP, Anthony Kabo says curse will be-head on the nation if the NDC rules the country ever in the Political history.

He says the President has failed to fulfill his promise especially the Savannah accelerated development which he promises the people in the North.

Anthony Kabo explains that the works of President Mills will determine whether he win power or not.

He advise President Mills to focus on reducing schools under trees rather unnecessary propaganda.


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March 30, 2011 - Posted by | SETTING THE NEWS AGENDA

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