“Mahama Is Doing Well; Ghana Is NOT Ready to Try Anyone” – Minister Helen Ntoso


Minister Helen Ntoso has said the country is in no need of a new president.

Is Ghana really ready for a new President? In her words, the Volta Regional Minister, Madam Helen Ntoso said that Ghana is not ready for another president. According to her, President Mahama is doing a good job and has not proven he is incapable in any way.

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While addressing the campaign launch of the Ho Central Constituency of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) over the weekend, Minister Helen Ntoso said the country is in no need of a new president. The campaign launch commenced after a health walk aimed at propagating the achievements of the NDC ahead of the elections.

“Ghana is not ready to gamble. A lot is happening. President Mahama is doing so well and the country is not ready to try anyone,” she said. She urged the people not to heed the pleas from various opposition parties who are asking Ghanains to try them.

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NDC loyalists also shared the Minister’s views. Member of Parliament for Ho, Mr Benjamin Kpodo, said President Mahama has done so well in the constituency and has delivered on the promises he made to the people. The MP urged the people to vote for the President and his party in the coming elections to enable them continue with the good works.

Speaking at the launch also, was Madam Fafa Adinyira, the Ho Municipal Chief Executive, who  said the constituency is satisfied with the present government’s establishments, including the University of Health and Allied Sciences, health facilities and asphalting of Ho town roads, among others.

Also, the Deputy General Secretary of NDC, Mr Koku Anyidoho asked the people to vote massively for the NDC in the elections. Acknowledging some issues troubling the areas, he said that the NDC has done a good job in Ho and the Volta Region compared to when the NPP was in power.