The returning of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) back to power in 2008 under the flagbearship of then Candidate Mills, and the retaining of the party in the 2012 general elections, has led to the drawing of the conclusion by a member of the Government?s Communication Machinery that the NDC delivered on its electoral promises and is poised to deliver on all the promises made to Ghanaians by 2016.

John Mahama
John Mahama

The President, John Dramani Mahama upon his meeting with the Volta Regional executive of the NDC in Ho at the weekend, expressed optimism that with prudent management by the government, the economy will be strong and resilient next year.

?Things are on track. We have done a good job. The economy is responding. By 2015, the economy will be scaling and by 2016 it should be flying up in the air,? he said.

Commenting on the first phase of the President?s working visits to all 10 regions, Amoah Duncan averred on Hot Fm that the visit of President Mahama is an indication that every promise he made during the 2012 election campaign will be fulfilled.

According to the NDC communicator, he is convinced of Ghanaians? appreciation of the fact that NDC has delivered on its promises; reiterating;

?We promised to open two Universities and we have done that in Brong Ahafo Region and Volta Region.

Within 5 years of having been voted back into power, you can say that NDC has delivered and is on course to deliver; and so what President Mahama is doing is understandable by Ghanaians and this is not something he has said in vain.

Ghanaians are appreciative of the good works of President Mahama and the Finance team led by Seth Terkpe,?, he stated.

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