President John Dramani Mahama has started his door to door campaign for the 2012 elections with a promise to outdoor a workable and realistic manifesto.
According to him, the yet-to-be outdoored manifesto of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will be informed by the needs of Ghanaians.
He made this known when he addressed a gathering of market women at the Odawna market where he promised government’s support to address their many challenges.
“We have already started our campaign and very soon, we will outdoor our manifesto. Some political parties have already started telling Ghanaians what they will do. But for us in the NDC, we are circumspect in what we say to the electorate and so very soon, we will outdoor ours,” he said.
Having been through the streets of Osu, the Adabraka market and ending at Tudu, President Mahama urged the electorates to vote to maintain the NDC in power.
According to the NDC flagbearer, his party has performed creditably in the last three-and-a-half years “so when it is time for the elections, you should remember the NDC.”
Meanwhile, President Mahama is in the Northern Region to visit places devastated by recent floods which left thousands displaced.