The 2012 campaign of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Odododiodo constituency was launched at the weekend in Accra.
The well attended campaign launched by Ministers of state, District, Chief Executives, constituency chairmen and large crowd of supporters was marked with amidst drumming and dancing, optional speeches, and prayers for the president Mills and the country as a whole.
Launching the campaign for the constituency, Mr Ofosu Ampofo, Minister of Local Government, who read the speech of the Vice President, Mr John Mahama said the NDC is a big family that believe in continuity of governance and therefore asked the people to vote back the president into power to continue with his good works for the better Ghana.
He said the NPP Government abandoned most of the projects started by the NDC when they came into power and concentrated on issues on waste.
According to him, the NPP under the administration abrogated most of the contracts of the Assemblies instituted by the NDC time and did their own thing.
He said the NDC would continue to uphold good governance and bring the better Ghana to fruition.
He urged all NDC faithfulls to spread the goof work of the president and continue to stay with the party than joining the opposition party.
“You should all work hard to keep the NDC into power during the upcoming elections “he added
On his part, Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, the newly elected Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency assures the people of handling over the beach landing site to them very soon, which was captured in the Chinese Loan the government secured.
On health, the elected MP said more health logistics for the clinics would provided in the constituency to help improve health care issues in the area.
Speaking on sports, Nii Vanderpuye said more sport kits, recreational facility would be provided for youth, while an Academy for development of Football, Atletics, netball and other sport activities would be instituted to improve the lifestyle of the people.
He promised scholarships for people who are willing to enter into the teaching field.