Thousands of National Democratic Congress (NDC) supporters in the Ablekuma South Constituency of the Greater Accra Region, participated in a health walk organised by the party’s parliamentary nominee for the area, Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije today [Friday].
The walk, which started at the Lavender Hills at Korle Gonno in Accra, saw thousands of NDC supporters walking through some principal streets of the constituency.
They ended the walk at the Mamprobi Girls Senior High School park.
Okoe Vanderpuije in an interview with Citi News said he is optimistic the numbers will translate into votes in the November polls.
“When the people believe in a movement, when the people are inspired, when the people have hope, when the people are looking for a better tomorrow and they believe in a vision, they will come out and that is what is happening today. The people of Ablekuma believe in their Mayor. We estimated 15, 000 but today as you can see we have more than 15,000.
“The message to the people has been very simple, the message is that the NDC government is working and the NDC under the leadership of John Dramani Mahama is developing this country and there is no need to change this government. They must come out to demonstrate their commitment. I wish tomorrow was November 7 because this crowd will be there and they will vote. The people in Ablekuma South will vote for the NDC,” the Mayor said.