Vice president Kwesi Amissah-Arthur claims no government since independence has developed Ghana more than that of John Mahama.
According to him, the infrastructure development being witnessed nationwide over the last four years under Mahama is unprecedented.
Speaking with the chiefs and people of Nkawkaw Zongo in the Eastern region Thursday, Mr Amissah-Arthur encouraged the electorate to retain Mahama and the National Democratic Congress party come December 7.
“We are not here to sell the NDC to you, the Nkawkaw Zongo is NDC and so if we are here, we are home. We are only here to greet and pass through to propagate the gospel of the NDC to others that have not heard. …
“Every government has done its part but ours surpass everyone’s. You are all witnesses to it so if [Mr Mahama] is seeking your mandate for another four years, let’s support him,” the former Governor of the Bank of Ghana opined.
He added: “We will not discriminate. The state resources will be shared equitably. Those in need of water will be provided with water whether they voted for us or not because they are also Ghanaians.
“If it is road infrastructure, it will not be done only in our strong holds but across board. … Since 1957, which government has brought development to the people of Ghana in four years than John Dramani Mahama? There is no government like that.”