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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Priest damns Mills, NDC and hails Nana Addo for 2012

Rev Samuel Asante-Antwi: Says the NDC government has failed
Rev Samuel Asante-Antwi: Says the NDC government has failed
A former President of the Methodist Church in Ghana, Rev. Samuel Asante Antwi has endorsed the candidature of NPP flagbearer Nana Akufo-Addo as the best to win the 2012 presidential elections, saying Mills has failed.

Rev. Asante Antwi says the Mills administration has failed to improve the lives of Ghanaians as promised during the party’s electioneering campaigns and wants Ghanaians to reject the NDC and vote for Nana Akufo-Addo in the 2012 polls.

“Let us put in the appropriate measures that we are the alternative government. We have forgotten a lot of people in this country. At times we don’t notice them as human beings and need to be cared for.

"...They said that we (NPP) didn’t do well, what have they done about those things? What about the roads? Now the road toll has been increased how many per cent?… more than a thousand per cent. What have they done with the monies collected? Water, electricity?

“Nana as I said, you have said it all, I am only trying to summarise.

"The mounting indiscipline in this country, the vice president was the champion for that, Alhaji, (former vice-president Aliu Mahama) I hope you will pick it up again (fighting indiscipline) for this country," he said.

Rev. Asante Antwi who was addressing a thanksgiving service attended by the NPP flagbearer and leading members of the party in Accra, also lamented what he says are the poor implementation of social interventions like the National Health Insurance Scheme by the government, as well as the continued schooling of some children under trees.

He called for unity among NPP party supporters especially high ranking members.

Source: Joy News/Myjoyonline.com/Ghana

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