NPP will be in political hibernation - Amissah-Arthur
Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has called on party supporters and residents of Moree to vote for the NDC to ensure that the NPP is kept in political hibernation.
Mr. Amissah-Arthur was addressing thousands of NDC supporters with his wife Matilda Amissah-Arthur at the Abura Asebu Kwamankese Constituency during a health walk organized by the party.
The walk started from Moree junction to the Moree town and after the walk, a rally was organized to climax the event.
Addressing the party supporters, Vice President Amissah-Arthur called on the people of Moree to vote massively for the NDC for continuity.
He advised the youth not to allow others to use them as agents to cause problems and urged them to go out and spread the good works of President Mahama for continuity come 2017.
The Vice President stated that the NPP has no message and alleged that they were using tribal links to look for votes.
He revealed that the NDC was not interested in tribal links but rather, want to ensure that individual Ghanaians prosper and the country develops at large.
He further called on them to ignore Dr. Bawumia’s statement and claims that the NDC has not answered his 170 questions.
He added that those questions from the NPP’s vice presidential candidate had already been answered him.
Mr. Amissah-Arthur thanked the party supporters for coming out in their numbers which according to him, shows the strength that the NDC still holds in Moree.
Dr. Samuel Kweku Hayford, who is the NDC’s parliamentary candidate together with other dignitaries in the area, also joined the second family for the walk.