I Will Do A Better Job Than Mills and Akufo-Addo -Nduom

Wed, 14 Dec 2011 Source: Asamoah-Siaw, Kofi

I Will Do A Better Job Than Professor Mills and Nana Akufo-Addo: Nduom Tells Volunteers

Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom aspiring candidate for the 2012 Presidential elections in separate meetings in the Western, Upper East, Upper West and Northern Regions affirmed to “Nduom Volunteers” that he is better qualified for the job of president of the Republic of Ghana. Research shows that most Ghanaians believe he will do a better job as President than Nana Akufo-Addo and President Atta Mills. He told his volunteers to stress on his personal capabilities and achievements as against party consideration.

He explained that given the chance to lead government, he will select the best men and women available to form a team to manage the affairs of the country without regard to their ethnic, religious or political affiliation or origin.

Dr. Nduom’s team was overwhelmed by the raw enthusiasm of the volunteers and their willingness to learn more about the man they have decided to support. Many of them wanted to be given more information about the positive accomplishments and achievements of Dr. Nduom so that they can present him well when talking to people in their communities. Many were surprised that Dr. Nduom would take the time to meet them personally. Some asked for training sessions on what to do so that they can win many supporters for victory in 2012.

Dr. Nduom asked Volunteers to work hard and spread the word about what he can do to bring peace and prosperity to the people of Ghana wherever they find themselves. He cautioned them to understand that some people will ridicule their efforts and try to discourage them but that they should remember that they were embarking on a worthwhile cause. Dr. Nduom wants all progressive elements in society to support him to win the 2012 presidential elections.

He tasked the volunteers to recruit more women to join the team since without them no organization can succeed. Dr. Nduom promised more exciting campaign innovations to make the work of volunteers interesting and fruitful.

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Columnist: Asamoah-Siaw, Kofi