ACCRA, GHANA – As part of the NDC manisfesto launch, several huge promises were made by the party’s leader and president of Ghana John Dramani Mahama. The promises have continued flowing even days after the launch with the latest promise been on the death of the counytry’s late president Evans Atta Mills.
People have accused the National Democratic Congress [NDC] government of President John Dramani Mahama for failing to investigate the circumstances that caused the demise of late president Professor John Evans Atta Mills. Ever since it has been very difficult to ask the government of the NDC and its leader Mr. John Dramani Mahama to institute investigations especially about what happened before president Mills died.
To quench the thirst of concern citizens who are much interested in knowing the cause of the death of the Mills, Mahama has come out with a promise that when he is voted into power for the second time, he would make sure the autopsy conducted the late Mill’s body is made public and also make sure anyone who played a role in his death is brought to book. “Vote for me, and I will tell you who or what killed him” – he said.
President John Mahama says the National Democratic Congress’ manifesto does not contain mere promises meant to entice Ghanaians to vote for the party but as God’s image, he is going to see to it that every word is performed.
According to him, the manifesto captures the unique plans of the NDC to move Ghana forward if given the mandate to serve for a second term. “Our [manifesto] is not a catalog of lofty promises woven together to entice the electorates to vote for us as others want to do,” he noted.
The NDC government was at the time of the demise of the late president in a hurry to hold elections in its bid to hang on to power without due consideration of the death of the late president.
Everyone knows that on July 24, 2012, the news media reported the death of late president John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills. But what actually caused the untimely demise of the late president continues to remain a secret.