- Post 21 July 2012
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All is set for the two major political parties in the country to launch their campaigns for the December 7th general elections on the 25th of August 2012.
Head of Government Policy Monitoring and Evaluation Dr. Tony Aidoo speaking on Radio Gold’s current affairs program Alhaji and Alhaji disclosed that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) started its campaign when it was voted into office by the good people of Ghana on January 7th, 2009 hence they will win the elections.
He argued that “there is no government in the history of this country that was ever blessed with resources like the Kufour government”.
He recounted the Highly Indebted Poor Country (HIPIC) policy which gave the country more than $8billion increase in domestic revenue and debts relieves which did not reflect in the lives of the people.
According to Dr. Tony Aidoo the President Mills government in less than four years has achieved a lot in terms of developing the nation and caring for the people which the NPP failed to do in their eight years term in government.
In his view, the “NPP should not sing praises that they instituted the school feeding program and capitation grant. The 1992 constitution as part of its requirements expects that ten years after the constitution, the above programs must be implemented”.
Dr. Tony Aidoo believes that the NPP’s ‘all die be die’ slogan is the message they have for Ghanaians this December.
He however called on Ghanaians to vote for the NDC to continue the Better Ghana Agenda and reject the NPP’s deadly mantra.
Source: Radio Gold Online Team || Joyce Vidza