Professor John Evans Atta Mills, Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has said there would
be no room for vendetta in his administration, when he is declared winner of Sunday’s presidential runoff.
“As the nation waits for the official declaration by the Chairman of
the Electoral Commission (EC)…the nation is now at the end of the political struggle between the two contenders – NDC and the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).
“What remains now is for all Ghanaians to unite to build a better nation for all, irrespective of political affiliations and ethnic backgrounds,” Prof. Atta Mills stated during an interaction with supporters who thronged the Campaign Office at Osu in Accra to affirm their support.
Prof. Atta Mills called on the supporters to remain calm as chances were high for him to be declared the winner.
“With the results so far declared the chances are that we are going to
be declared winners,” he added.
The former Vice President thanked God and Ghanaians for the support and said the EC had not yet finished the process of announcing the results and urged the party’s supporters to be moderate in their jubilation.
“In our jubilation we must avoid provocation, the victory is for all Ghanaians,” Prof. Atta Mills stated.
Meanwhile, a tour of some principal streets of Accra by the GNA team witnessed scores of NDC supporters pouring onto the streets to jubilate, especially at party headquarters, Osu, near the campaign office, whilst the NPP headquarters was quiet with few security personnel guarding the main gate.