Adopt door-to-door campaign strategy - Amissah-Arthur
Vice President K. B. Amissah-Arthur is urging members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), to adopt the door to door campaign strategy and sell the good works of the Mahama administration.
He said, the door to door strategy would help in the propagation of numerous developmental projects by the Mahama led administration which cut across every sector of the economy.
"I will urge all members of the NDC to go from house to house, window to window and door to door to propagate the good works of President Mahama to enable him win the December 7 general elections," he said.
Mr Amissah-Arthur said this when he addressed hundreds of NDC supporters at Adum-Banso in the Mpohor constituency of the Western Region, as part of his four day campaign tour of the region.
He also urged all members to resist any attempt of staying home on the election day, adding that they should all go out in their numbers and vote massively for President Mahama to enable him continue his good works, as well as all NDC aspiring parliamentary candidates.
He said failure by any member of the party to vote in the upcoming elections would be equated to someone who has voted for the NPP and Ghana is not ready for the NPP.
"In the coming elections, if we don't go out to vote, then it is like voting for the NPP and we are not ready for them, so I will urge all to go out in their numbers and vote for President Mahama," he said.
Mr Amissah-Arthur assured that government would continue to create more jobs for the unemployed youth in the next Mahama administration.