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I came from the village to lead NDC – Mahama

President John Mahama has said the ruling National Democratic Congress offers opportunity of leadership to all its able members without prejudice to their ethnic or educational background.

According to him, the NDC does not discriminate against individuals like other “political parties” in the country.

In a Facebook post Monday, Mr Mahama said Ghanaians should be hopeful in his government since their achievements will soon be clear for all to see.

“I continued my ‪#‎ChangingLives‬ & ‪#‎TransformingGhana‬ Tour. This time, I visited the Northern Region. I asked everyone to keep their heads up, because everybody stands a chance to make a difference and to improve people’s lives. I had to come from one of the remotest areas of the country to lead NDC to victory. This is because NDC as a party is people centered and never discriminate against anybody,” the President wrote.

He continued: “Let me assure all Ghanaians that NDC is a party for ordinary people, unlike other parties where they look at your pedigree! We are working just like an artist. When artists are working you don’t actually know what they are doing until they finish the work. Those who are saying we are not working are entitled to their opinions, but all Ghanaians would testify to the contrary. So let’s stay focused and united in brotherly love! Let’s keep changing lives! Let’s keep transforming Ghana!”


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