Amissah Arthur said developing Ghana has been their aim because of the NDC’s “social democratic beliefs” which demands social equity in the access to social amenities.
He said under President Mahama’s leadership Ghana has seen more unparallel developments in all facets of the country.
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Speaking at a ceremony to highlight the manifesto of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Arthur said lives have been transformed and infrastructure expanded under the near four years of Mr Mahama.
He said developing Ghana has been their aim because of the NDC’s “social democratic beliefs” which demands social equity in the access to social amenities.
According to him, such claims are only made by the NPP for convenience and mischievous political purposes.
“I can understand when our opponents make such claims. Because it is more convenient and easy to say nothing has been done than to admit that something has been done and that you will improve it if you win and election.”
“Their behaviour is similar to their political tricks since 1992 when they accused the NDC government then,” he said.