Yesterday's National democratic Congress Rally saw all the party's top brass come out and advocate for an NDC third term, including the President John Dramani Mahama.
President Mahama, speaking on the last four years of his presidency, acknowledged the challenges the country had faced and later expressed gratitude for his teams support.
“We have been through trying and challenging times over the last four years. Over the last four years, I have given off my best as President of this great public and also as the candidate in the lead up to Wednesday’s elections. The rest is in the people of Ghana and the will of the almighty God.”
The president went on to add that Ghanaians had been given two choices, to "stay the course and forge on" or "give up and begin again of which we have no guarantees"
Finance Minister, Seth Terkper, also recounted some of the current government's achievements, saying “Our leader took up the challenges and went to every part of this country. We saw schools being built more than any government since the Nkrumah regime. We also saw hospitals being built more that any government since the Nkrumah regime.”