"NDC is only changing its driver", E. T. Mensah.
The NDC government under Prof. John Evans Atta Mills will pursue the same objectives of seeking the welfare of Ghanaians by developing the country and improving the living conditions of the people.
"The NDC after the 2000 elections will be the same vehicle. We are all going in the same vehicle. We are only changing the driver and the new driver is Prof. Mills", Mr. E. T. Mensah, Minister of Youth and Sports, has said.
Mr. Mensah, the Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram, was speaking on his campaign trail during which he commissioned "Polytanks" for water storage at eight villages in his constituency on Wednesday.
The villages, Nyigbenya (Tsopoli), Dormanya, Somey, Kpohe, Salom, Kpantsiredor, Gbesome and Amanakpo, are among the 51 communities supplied with polytanks to solve the acute water problems of the people, especially, during the dry season.
Some of the villages received football jerseys in addition to the tanks.
Mr Mensah told the people of Ningo-Prampram to vote massively to retain the NDC in power, adding, "if Prof. Mills becomes the president, you will be privileged to have a First Lady in the person of Mrs Naadu Mills, who hails from here."
He urged the people to ignore claims by opposition parties that the NDC government had not done anything for this country.
Mr Mensah urged them to appreciate how the Rawlings' administration has gradually transformed the country to its current position "which is being envied by all African countries".