DCE appeals to Ghanaians to renew mandate for Mills in 2012 elections

President John Atta Mills

The District Chief Executive of Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam, Mr Peter Light Koomson, has appealed to the electorate to renew President John Atta Mills’ mandate for a second four-year term.

He said President Mills had brought more development to the country in only three years than any other government after late President Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah.

“If it is development Ghanaians want, they should not make a mistake by changing the government in 2012 elections,” he said when he addressed separate durbars at Breman Ekupon, Enyan Asempanyin, Estsii Ekukrom, Etsii abaka, and Aworodo all in Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District in connection with their Afahye festivals.

“The good deeds and the numerous development projects scattered all over the country are eloquent testimonies which speak for themselves,” Mr Koomson said.

He said the District had got its share of projects and appealed to the electorate not to be deceived by the noises being made by political opponents who had hijacked most of the radio stations about non-performance of President Mills’ government to think about changing the government.

Mr Koomson said development projects brought to the District within three years of President Mills’ administration was unprecedented in the history of the District and called for a massive support to retain him in the 2012 election.

He said normally governments did not do well during their first term in office because they had to study the terrain, make contacts and sign agreements but President Mills did not allow such issues to bug him down.

The Member of Parliament for the area, Mr Cassiel Ato Forson, said projects the government had undertaken in the districts over the past three years included 31school blocks for basic and second cycle schools, 29 KVIP toilets, 10 access roads to farming communities and water extended to 21 communities.

The others were 41 communities connected to the national electricity grid, School Feeding Programme extended from three to 19 schools and reshaping 21 old feeder roads.

Source: GNA

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