“I’ve been overwhelmed by the love, support, well wishes, and extremely good vibes that have been expressed ever since the news broke yesterday. It has been touching to see people who had even given up on politics boldly state that they have been so inspired by the announcement that they will go and register and be part of the political and election process and vote for the NDC. The genuine and spontaneous reactions of so many people tell me that Ghanaians are excited about believing in the nation. I think this is a good thing.
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President Mahama is visionary and bold for making this choice if I say so myself. Of course, I am biased, but I am confident that Prof will work with him to bring greatness to Ghana if elected. The historical aspect of the decision is not lost on me either. Prof has never been a token person; her pedigree and record speak for themselves.
The work is everywhere but especially on the ground, and we are grateful for the many people reaching out to ask how they can support the campaign. Go and register, but please obey the protocols at the registration centers (and elsewhere, for that matter).
As far as it is possible, this campaign will be based on track records, ideas, and policy. Be prepared to respond to criticism of your side instead of simply dishing it out to others. Thankfully, facts don’t lie. Let the debate, strategies, and general politics continue.