‘We Have Achieved A Lot In 3 Years; God Will Reward Our Hard Work With A Win’ – Mahama

President Mahama at Botianor explained to the people that winning the elections is not by human power by God’s. The President believes that God will reward his good works with a win in the coming elections

President Mahama has faith that God will reward his hard work with a win in the coming elections. According to the President, God recognises good works even if humans don’t. The President said this while he was speaking with residents of Botianor in the Ngleshie Amanfrom Constituency, in the Greater Accra Region.

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Mahama at Botianor addressed party supporters in the area during his campaign tour. In his address Mahama said that his administration has laid a solid foundation that will accelerate growth for the Botianor constituency. The President also added that his administration will continue to pursue policies that will address the needs of the people.

The President also explained that no one can force power on himself except God has willed it. Mahama said this, with reference to the 2012 elections, when the opposition party contested the results of the elections, which saw to his win at the end of the storm. Having said this, Mahama pointed out that even though the post election court case lasted for almost a year after the 2012 elections, his administration achieved a lot within just three years.

Ghana goes to the polls on December 7 this year. The Electoral Commission (EC) as well as other political stakeholders, have been working tirelessly to ensure that the set date for the election, is not compromised. President Mahama as well a few other political parties’ nominees, have picked their nomination forms from the EC, to enable them contest in the elections.

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Also, the President has given a sneak preview into the 2016 manifesto of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) ahead of the election. Speaking at the State Banquet Hall on Wednesday, Mahama revealed his plans of giving a face lift to the education sector, which involved providing e-books to SHS students, as well as tablets for them to access the books.

The NDC manifesto will be fully launched by the President at Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region, on Saturday.