Chairman for the UK-Ireland Branch of the ruling National Democratic Congress, Horace Nii Ayi Ankrah says the NDC has done excellent work to be retained in office for another four years.

Nii Ayi Ankrah says the unprecedented developmental projects taking place in the country under the Mills administration is enough for the electorate to give the NDC another four years to complete them.

He said the president has even “gone ahead in schedule” as per the development plan for the country by completing most projects within three years in office.

The UK-Ireland chairman told Adom News in an interview that more money is being put in the pockets of the people with the completion of some roads, which has led to a reduction in the duration people spend on the roads before getting to their various destinations.

“I used to spend two hours to drive from my house to the Airport but at the moment it takes me ten minutes. This means I will save money on fuel and have more time to do other things that can earn me some more. This is another way of putting money in my pocket,” Nii Ayi Ankrah stated.

He said there are a number of social interventions that have been achieved by the government “aside the great strides made in our economic performance and foreign relations”.

Commenting on the strained relationship between the Rawlingses and President Mills, the UK-Ireland NDC chairman said more is needed to be done to speed up efforts to reconcile the two.

“We had a prayer session for unity and peace for our party, and we believe that what changed between the two leaders has to be changed because internationally this doesn’t look good on our party’s image,” he emphasized.

Meanwhile Nii Ayi Ankrah has commended the Electoral Commission and the government for peacefully organizing the ongoing voter registration exercise. He however urged the EC to ensure that Ghanaians in the diaspora are not disenfranchised since the law on Representation of the People guarantees them voting rights.


 

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