Dome-Kwabenya branch of the opposition National Democrstic Congress, NDC has over the weekend took its turn to launch its rescue mission campaign to rest power from the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP in the December 7th polls.
The campaign launch brought together party faithfuls and sympathizers in and around the Constituency.
According to the self-made NDC PC, Mrs. Elikplim Akurugu the electorates want change after sixteen years of failed NPP leadership in Dome-Kwabenya Constituency.
“No major changes brought to ease the suffering and the hardship of the people since the NPP led by Nana Addo took over from John Dramani Mahama in 2017”, she added.
Madam Elikplim Akurugu, promised empowering the women and youth with employable skills.
She said under Elikplim Foundation, when she becomes the next Member of Parliament MP for the area, her first point of action is to support the needy but brilliant pupils with equal distribution of educational materials to all pupils.
She has documented plans to organise a competitive sport events to unearth and groom talents within the area through sports development and promotion initiative.
She further informed the crowd at the Dome park to bring the free technical school and the artisanship or the apprenticeship with pay amongst many other things the People’s Manifesto has for Ghanaians to help ease the hardship on the people.
The NDC PC promised to transform the Dome-Kwabenya market into a mini Kejetia market.
This and many other projects she has enumerated to bring to her people at Dome-Kwabenya.
The guests speakers who took turns to address the massive crowd who attended the event argued that all the completed development projects in Dome-Kwabenya were the handiwork of the NDC government.
They mentioned infrastructure projects like roads, schools, hospitals amongst others in the constituency/municipality.
The speakers informed the crowd that the NPP stopped some on-going roads projects and started them recently because they want votes of the people.
To cancel the double track system introduced in secondary schools by the Nana Akuffo-Addo led NPP government, the John and Jane ‘People’s Manifesto’ pledged to bring the private secondary schools onboard to curb the situation.
The NDC gurus who graced the campaign team launched were Greater Accra Regional Chairman, Joseph Kobena Ade Coker, Joyce Mugtar Bawah, Greater Accra Regional Organiser, Anthony Nukpenu amongst many others.
Source: News Desk