NDCís Major Task Is To Constantly Remind Ghanaians Of Our Achievements - Kofi Adams

National Organizer of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams ahead of the 2016 general election has revealed that the preparation of his party towards the election has been good.

According to him, as a party in government, the numerous projects ongoing are tilting to their advantage as Ghanaians are seeing major completed infrastructural developments in the country.

He however bemoaned on Okay Fm’s Ade Akye Abia Morning Show that the major task for the NDC is to constantly remind Ghanaians of the achievements of President Mahama and the NDC government.

“Our preparation for the 2016 election is so far so good. NDC is a party in government and so a lot of the activities are going on which Ghanaians are seeing. What is left for us is to remind the people because some of them may have their demands changed as we have fulfilled some aspects of their needs; this is our major work we have to do as NDC”, he revealed.

He added that the executives are offering training to their party activists towards election management in order to have resound victory in the November 7, 2016 general election.

Delving into the Police Officer who has resigned to campaign for the NPP’s Presidential Candidate, Nana Akufo Addo ahead of the November 7 polls, Kofi Adams said it is a testimony in favor of the NDC that the resigned officer got another job immediately after leaving his post.

To him, it deflates the reason upon which the police officer resigned that country is in a deplorable state; thus if indeed Ghana is beyond repairs, it would not have been possible for him to find a private job after resigning from the police service.

Kofi Adams dared the resigned officer to go back to his region in the north to see the kinds of development on-going under the Presidency of John Mahama as many CHIP Compounds, roads, schools and regional hospital have been provided.

He averred that in as much as he does not begrudge the police officer for taking a decision to campaign for his NPP, he is rather worried for the lies General Corporal Nicodemus Beanata has added to his excuse used to resign from the police service.