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General News Mon, 18 Feb 2008

Atta Mills Thanks All

NDC Leader and Presidential Candidate, John Evans Atta Mills, is back home to full-scale political activity from a rested break in South Africa, and is grateful to all individuals who, and groups that, kept him and his NDC party alive in his absence.

The NDC Leader is aware of the, Christian, Muslim, and Traditional prayers that were said for him constantly and is extremely grateful to all those who prayed for his safe return home.

A section of the media played a major role in allaying the fears of NDC supporters and decent-minded Ghanaians when all sorts of wild stories did the rounds about the health and supposed death of the NDC Leader and to that section of the media that gave John Evans Atta Mills the opportunity to speak from his “grave”, he is grateful to them, wishes them well in their every endeavor, and is ever ready to cooperate and collaborate with them for the onward march of Mother Ghana.

To the section of the media that debased the power they wield, and wished the NDC Leader dead, he has made it abundantly clear that he forgives them and hopes that the health of Ghana, rather than the health of a single Ghanaian, will engage their attention more.

To the thousands of, old and young, male and female, able and disabled, NDC supporters and non NDC supporters, who were at the airport and lined up the streets to welcome him, John Evans Atta Mills is touched by their show of love, the confidence reposed in him, their preparedness to be by his side through thick and thin, and pledges that with God on his side, he will do nothing to let them down.

The NDC Leader assures Ghanaians that he is more than ready for the task ahead, will wage an above board campaign, continue to carry his I Care For You message to the nooks and crannies of the country, and give specific details as to how a Mills led NDC government, in tandem with the Social Democracy philosophy of the party he leads, will care for Ghanaians and Ghana.

There is no other place John Evans Atta Mills can call home, so is happy to be back, and prays that God continues to bless our homeland Ghana.

Source: Koku Anyidoho(In-charge, Communications)