The Northern Regional Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. Sule Salifu, has called on party faithful to come out in their numbers to vote massively for the party in the 2020 polls.
He said the polls will be peaceful and so no one should be afraid of coming out to exercise their franchise.
He said the Akufo-Addo-led NPP government must be endorse to continue with the good works.
“I am calling on the supporters of the New Patriotic party to come out tomorrow in their numbers to vote massively for Nana Addo and the NPP to continue with the good works that it has started. A vote for Nana is securing the future of Ghana, so come out to vote. There is going to be peaceful elections and no one should entertain fears,” he said.
Mr Salifu stated that the NPP has performed creditably in all areas of the economy and needs four more years to do more for the country.
He added that the policies and programmes of the NPP were people-centered.
“NPP government for the four years in office has performed creditably. He has the people at heart and brought policies which people centered,” he said.
He explained further that, the NPP, under Nana Addo, has fulfilled most of its campaign promises. “This is why the people are going to renew his mandate.”
“President Nana Addo has fulfilled most of his 2016 campaigns promises like the FSHS education, Planting for Food and Jobs, Nabco, Zongo Development Authority and Ambulances for all Constituencies as part of the numerous achievements of the NPP which is the reason everywhere we go, people are eagerly waiting to renew his mandate ”
The Regional Communications Director also stated that the party in the Northern Region was united under the leadership of chairman, Baatima Adam Samba, which has made it easier for their campaign activities.
“‘We are lucky to have a leader in the person of Chairman Samba. He has brought unity into the party and because of his leadership qualities, everybody want to be part and the NPP is more united than ever ”
Mr. Salifu Sule also thanked the Electoral Commission and the various security agencies for their efforts in the election process thus far.
“I want to commend the electoral commission and the security agencies for maintaining the peace so far and I want to urge them to continue with the good works.”