President John Mahama has said the NDC has the best of programs and policies to move Ghana forward.
He said the NDC has over the years been frank and candid with the Ghanaian people in spite of the challenges that confronted the initial stages of his administration.
“The NDC has the best of plans that can move this country forward. We have been candid and frank with the people of Ghana and we have demonstrated that we take them seriously even as we ask for another mandate to serve,” Mr. Mahama said when he outdoored the NDC’s manifesto for the 2016 elections at Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo region Saturday.
The NDC flagbearer also assured labour of improved working conditions if he wins the December 7 polls.
“We are grateful to organised labour for the peaceful cooperation and relationship over the years. And I promise even better years ahead as our economy grows from strength to strength”.
Mahama who has already given highlights of the much-talked about policy document, revealing that his second term is likely to give Ghana five extra administrative regions, e-text books to students, over 20 polyclinics, two more psychiatric hospitals, tri-cycles for persons with disability among others.
He said the manifesto aims at putting people first, accountable governance and expanding infrastructure for job creation.