The Greater Accra regional minister, Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo, has remarked that electorates will retain the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in power come 2016.
The Greater Accra regional minister, Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo, is optimistic that electorates will retain the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in power come 2016.
According to him, government has executed a number of developmental projects in the region.
“Ghanaians are not stupid; they will vote for the NDC. We have done enough to win the mandate of the people, especially in Greater Accra,” he said on Kasapa 102.3 FM.
He stated that he has initiated a number of projects in the area of water, roads, clinics, and schools among others.
“We are giving them the facilities that they need. I have done a lot of projects in almost all the constituencies in Greater Accra,”
When asked if the prevailing economic hardship conditions in the country will not influence the electorates to vote against the NDC, he retorted “who doesn’t want a good thing? If you have a father who always spoon-feeds you and never build for you, then he is actually doing you a great disservice. But when you have a father who always thinks of putting up a building or a property for you, then he is actually helping you. We are putting up a good foundation for our future leaders.”
Adding, “that is why we are changing two-lane roads into dual carriage; that is why we are upgrading educational facilities in almost every corner of this region; and that is why we are sacrificing and making sure that almost every corner of the country benefits from infrastructural projects”.